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American Sign Language: "sense"


"Sense" as in "mood" or "feelings":

Sign FEEL twice:


Also see: FEEL
 



If you want to sign "sense" as in: "It makes sense"  -- tap the side of your forehead twice with your index finger while nodding just a bit.

"Ah, that makes sense!:


 



Common Sense: Touch the thumb of a "C" hand to your forehead and then move the hand out a bit while changing the handshape to an "S-hand."

COMMON SENSE:

 



 


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