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unfriend

To delete a friend from one's network on a social media site. I can't believe he unfriended me just because I disagreed with an article he posted.
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These heated arguments, that have a great probability of graduating into unfriending and fisticuffs, often seem to merely hinge on just who has to have the last word.
unfriending, blocking), group chats are also creating new forms of enacting - and ending - relationships, both professional and personal.
Facebook users were also provided with tips on how to manage their accounts, such as cleaning up groups and third-party applications, updating privacy settings and unfriending unknown contacts.
The party retaliated by unfriending him - ripping up his membership card.
The mainstream media devoted a great deal of coverage to Facebook, which is by far the most popular social media platform in Israel, and to what was seen to be an unprecedented wave of politically motivated Facebook unfriending.
Coping with unfriending or unfollowing is essentially about learning to live with rejection, a life skill that's rarely taught but sorely needed.
This is pretty much like Facebook's muting feature that enables users to unfollow other people without unfriending them, as pointed out by (https://www.macrumors.com/2018/05/22/instagram-mute-hide-posts/) MacRumors . 
Thus, it would come as no surprise that to a lot of people the act of "unfollowing" or "unfriending" a person eventhough that person is a mere acquaintance or someone who you barely know, it still can't be done without raising a few eyebrows or in some instances the dreaded thought of having to explain to that person's friends why you unfriended him/her.
Before unfriending Chen on Facebook friend last month Shih wrote, "We are just strangers, you don't owe me any apologies, let alone talk about forgiveness...
It is the unfriending that disturbs me more than anything, that
But it's only nowin this tense climate of friends unfriending friends over issues, isms, and ologieswhen I find myself longing for civility and kindness and peaceful discourse, that I finally understand how easy it is for things to fall apart.
'By blocking, unfollowing or unfriending the person or page that posted the content, what is seen on Facebook can be controlled.'
From googling to unfriending, DM-ing to swiping left, snaps, selfies, tweets, hashtags and emojis You've probably used at least one of these words already today, but have you ever stopped to think how many people would have understood you just 20 years ago?
Mutua, who has been vocal about 'promoting moral values', resorted to unfriending and insulting anyone who criticised the post.