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Definition of an L7

L7

adjective

noun

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  • Making an "L" shape with one's right hand's thumb and index finger, and making a "7" shape with one's left hand's thumb and index finger, it forms a square.

    Last edited on Jan 08 2013. Submitted by Sarah from NJ, USA on Dec 30 2003.

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