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ASL: "reject"




 


THUMBS-DOWN (or "THUMB-DOWN")

 



Notes:  Both versions (the "sweep off the palm" version and the "thumbs down" version of "REJECT" certainly do overlap in their meanings but "THUMB-DOWN" is often used for situations such as:
Signer A: PAST-NIGHT MOVIE? YOU ENJOY?
Signer B: THUMB-DOWN
Also thumbs down is good for meanings for that such as:
"not a fan"
"meh" / "not good"
"boo"



 

Also see: DENY

 




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