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MOST: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "most"

The non-dominant hand stays pretty much stationary.  The dominant hand sometimes glances against the left hand on the way up (or it can just come really close to making contact).



Sample sentence: Why are most post office workers thin?



Notes: See: EVERY




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