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DRESS: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "dress"
 

DRESS: The sign for "a dress" uses the "5 handshape on each hand." The sign starts at the upper chest (either very close to the body or actually touching the upper chest area with your thumbs). Use a downward brushing movement as if showing the way a dress hangs on your body.

 
 

 

 


 

If you were discussing the concept of "get dressed / getting dressed" a common sign is:

 

 


 

Sample sentence: If you attend church, do you wear pants or a dress?

 


Notes: 

See: CLOTHES

See: SKIRT




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