unfriend


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un·friend

 (ŭn-frĕnd′)
tr.v. un·friend·ed, un·friend·ing, un·friends
To remove (someone) as a friend on a social networking website.

unfriend

(ʌnˈfrɛnd)
vb
(tr) to remove (a person) from the list of one's friends on a social networking website
n
an enemy
References in classic literature ?
Well," said he, at last, "your tongue is bold; but I am no unfriend to plainness.
I have unfriends down the river to whom Our Excellency has also entrusted ha-wands to bring up.
The company is trialling a new tool on mobile devices that allows former lovers to hide comments and updates from their exes and make it easier to untag posts without having to unfriend or block them.
The company is trialling a new tool on mobile devices that allows former lovers to hide comments and updates from their exes, and make it easier to untag posts without having to unfriend or block them.
Show them how to block or unfriend people if the bullying is online and help them identify other friends or adults that can support them.
Show them how to block Teach kids |how to filter abusive posts and tweets or unfriend people if the bullying is online and help them identify other friends or adults that can support them.
The Fair Work Commission, a workplace tribunal, said the decision by Lisa Bird, a real estate agent sales administrator, to unfriend her colleague Rachel Roberts showed a 'lack of emotional maturity' and was 'indicative of unreasonable behaviour'.
I'm not suggesting you go and unfriend all your friends just because they don't have a lot of money.
From January 1, users will be introduced to Privacy Basics for tips on how to make your account private, including how to untag, unfriend, block people and choose an specific audience for each of your posts.
On the other hand, the segregation of my number of friends leaves me with about 40 on a list that I don't expect to unfriend me even if I choose a picture of an octopus mauling a shark as the main picture on my Facebook page.
After the premiere of Spears' Vegas residency, one acquaintance of mine who posted dozens of his own snapshots and videos of her performance in many posts on Facebook, was challenged to give it a rest, and yet stood his ground: He'd rather have you unfriend him than temper his admiration for Britney even the tiniest bit.