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SATISFY: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "satisfy / satisfied / satisfaction"
 

The sign for "satisfy" uses palm-down flat hands.  Start a few inches from your torso then bring both hands in quickly to touch your torso.


SATISFY:

 



Memory aid: Imagine that you have eaten a good meal and your are now satisfied because the food is "up to here."

 


Sample sentence: When do you feel satisfied?


 



 

Notes: 
Also see: RELIEVED




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