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This is how you sign Awkward in American Sign Language.


To sign “Awkward” in American Sign Language in ASL, use both hands in the "3" handshape (thumb, index finger, and middle finger extended, other fingers folded into the palm). Hold your hands in front of your body, with palms facing down. Move your hands up and down alternately, as if mimicking a seesaw motion. Use an uncomfortable or awkward facial expression.


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