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American Sign Language: "vinegar"

The sign for "vinegar" touches the tip of the index finger of a "V" handshape on the dominant side of the chin using a double movement.  If you do the twist a little higher on cheek this sign looks like one of the versions of "vegetable." So make sure to do "vinegar" lower (on the side of your chin).


Also see: PICKLE

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