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Twittersphere

(ˈtwɪtəˌsfɪə)
n
(Communications & Information) slang another name for the Twitterverse
[C21: from Twitter + -sphere; compare blogosphere ]
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IANS New York What makes Prime Minister Narendra Modi the world's No 2 most popular politician in the Twittersphere after US President Donald Trump?
When she narrowed down her search to four possible choices, she created a Twitter poll and let the fashion aficionados of the Twittersphere make her sartorial decision.
Last month, Twittersphere went into meltdown when Jodie Whittaker was announced as the 13th Doctor Who.
Within little more than two seconds, a notification popped up saying someone in the Twittersphere had added me to their list - "Tories".
But social media doesn't need evidence to support any statements that appear in, on, by or through it, and it is a troubling thought that an entire country can be moved towards supporting war by frenzied denizens of the Twittersphere.
After the latest disappointment, a two-star let-down at the still shiny Karbon Grill, I asked the Twittersphere why Sunderland had no good eateries.
Most of the Twittersphere took the time to mock and tease the hashtag #HillarysBodyDouble.
I don't want to be part of the Twittersphere and be hemmed in by having to have an attitude about every visit to the toilet.
It was protesters outside the court and women in the Twittersphere who managed to protect those testifying from feeling the full impact of the stones thrown at them.
The social medium seems to have been around for eons, but the Twittersphere will actually reach double digits only this month.
News that social media platform twitter is switching to algorithmically sorted tweets as early as next week, has thrown twittersphere into a tizzy.
OH how the Twittersphere lit up with outrage this week after the first episode of the BBC's "new" challenge show The Great Pottery Throw Down.