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American Sign Language: "hush"
The sign for hush depends on your meaning. If you are trying to tell someone to be quiet, you can use the "SHHH" sign.
HUSH = SHHH:
If you want to express that there was a "hush over the crowd" then instead of using the "shhh" sign what you mean is that the crowd became "quiet."
Also see: QUIET
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