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defriend

To delete a friend from one's network on a social media site. I can't believe he defriended me just because I disagreed with an article he posted.
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.
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It turned out, majority of the content's narrative was how the major obstacle stopping India and Pakistan from reconciling is Pakistan's inability to de-friend itself from militants.
To a certain type of male, the type you'd certainly de-friend on Facebook and possibly cross the street to avoid, this advert is an insult to men.
"Dude," you are thinking, "I don't really care or want to know what meat you smoked for the Superbowl," asking yourself, "how do I de-friend this guy without making this obvious and sparking this person's true inner stalker into further action?"
I felt the need to de-friend her after that incident.
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You have to de-friend him on Facebook and other social media and delete his phone number from your mobile.
The report said that 12 percent of Facebook users were asked to de-friend someone on their network and 22 percent of those said that the request was specifically made to cut Facebook ties with a former romantic partner.
friend, un-friend, re-friend and de-friend. It's all happening online when I see my children's internet lives.
Would people de-friend 10 of their Facebook friends for a free Burger King Whopper?
The answer is to either de-friend or leave certain social networks such as Facebook.
Does compliance with a nonsolicitation restriction require individuals to "de-friend" colleagues, customers or clients of former employers until the non-solicitation period expires?
Words that have made their way into our social dictionary this week include: ''de-friend'' (to delete someone off your list of friends on a social network) and BFF (Best Friend Forever).
De-friend: To remove someone from your friends list, which means you will not be able to see their updates, photos, notes, etc.