defriend

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transitive verb de·friend \(ˌ)dē-ˈfrend\

Definition of defriend

defriended

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defriending

;

defriends

  1. :  unfriend Facebook users may also choose to “defriend” any of their previously added friends, at which point that individual will have restricted access to the user's information if privacy settings are enabled. — Rahul S. Chauhan et al., Organizational Dynamics, April-June 2013

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2004

First Known Use of defriend

2004


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