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American Sign Language: "relieved"

The sign for "relieved" uses palm-down flat hands (one above the other) held to your torso and then moved downward.  The sign starts with a very slight pause then has a quick downward movement and a slight hold at the end. It is common to do this sign while exhaling and showing a sense of relief with your facial expressions and body language.



Note: See the related sign: "SATISFIED." 

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