- v. Simple past tense and past participle of defriend.
“At that point, looking back, I should have "defriended" him immediately and directed my attention to the real things in my life: developing real relationships, building myself back up, healing myself from my grief.”
“While that declaration was somewhat of a relief, it did seem the "defriended" friend might be hurt that the action was in reaction to what had been perceived as the uninteresting, even insipid, bent of his frequent shared thoughts.”
“As a result, the friendship between the "defriended" and the "defriender" could very well suffer severely or, indeed, terminate entirely.”
“He explained that his action was due to the "defriended" friend's Facebook posts.”
“Anyone who enters any information about me is 'defriended' in real life.”
“In-house research carried out at Facebook shows that almost half of its 450 million users have now "defriended" someone.”
“Also, should I PM my friends and let them know I'm leaving to avoid suspicion that I 'defriended' them?”
“People who devote the most hours to Facebook are more likely to be "defriended" on the social networking site.”
“defriended" you on the social networking site Facebook.”
“Now that Washington has defriended investors, the would-be investing public should defriend the politicians who took away their markets.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘defriended’.
a list of whats new
anyone read the Chambers?
hopefully the 12th edition will be better
this is all the new stuff I found
Looking for tweets for defriended.