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American Sign Language: "worry"


The sign for "worry" looks a bit like you are swatting away worrisome bees that are troubling you. The movement is alternating circles.  The hands move: down, forward, up, back. Some people initialize this sign with a "W."


Sample sentence:  "Do you get worried before tests?"
= BEFORE-(prior to) TEST YOU WORRY?


 



WORRY:

 



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