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."
Things are much more complex and subtle than 'friend' or 'unfriend.'
Instead, Facebook administrators advised her to block posts she found "offensive" or "distasteful", or unfriend or unfollow certain individuals.
Perhaps there is also growing recognition that what people post on Facebook can go viral in a wrong way, or be interpreted negatively by others, as when people unfriend each other over opposing political views.
Synopsis: After losing her newspaper job in Austin and having her former fiance unfriend her on Facebook, Josie Callahan scoops up her Chihuahua, Lenny, and slinks back to Broken Boot, Texas.
We unfriend those who are different from us, or we troll those whom we would want to shut up.
Some were hilarious in an attempt to score cheap points against each other while others were downright toxic, forcing me to unfriend, snooze or outrightly block many social media friends.
Insurance brokers are to support Adani Group's Carmichael coal mine in Australia although opposition to the project has been increasing, the Unfriend Coal campaign said.
They will never unfriend you because you're queer, or have a disability, or can't pass a test, or can't afford tuition, or live in the wrong part of town.