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.
In mid-December, the company began demoting spam-like posts that asked for likes and shares, and released a "Snooze" feature that allows you to hide a person or page for 30 days without having to unfollow or unfriend them.
One of your old friends reveals on Facebook that they have become a born-again Christian and are against marriage equality - unfriend them
If you're friends, blocking Mark Zuckerberg will also unfriend him,' the report said.
With Snooze, you don't have to unfollow or unfriend permanently, rather just stop seeing someone's posts for a short period of time.
Everyone's got those Facebook friends who they don't want to unfriend but maybe post too many photos of their new cat or their car.
There are those who you would unfriend immediately.
Just make sure you don't say something that might cause your clients to unfriend you.
A little white lie about a birthday party tips Marina over the edge and Laura reluctantly clicks the Unfriend button on Facebook.
So hopefully they won't unfriend me when I also say that in my opinion The Directory Big Won and The Gunn Report -- which they all feature in -- feel increasingly more comical than statistical.
If you answered yes, please unfriend me on Facebook.