from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of friend.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having friends
- adj. Inclined to love; well-disposed.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
To exclude just a few friends - your boss, maybe, or that nosy co-worker you reluctantly "friended" - type their names into the "Hide this from" box.
There may be a few people who have this username friended, but avoid my Betty journal fear of pop, perhaps?
Every chicken is "friended" on Facebook before it is fried and consumed.
As I "friended" more writers, I learned more about the industry, almost by accident.
Do not think that my having "friended" you on Facebook or LJ means we're, you know, actual real-life friends.
I've just popped over and "friended" Mr Sanderson.
Mr Mohamed let me know he had 'friended' me on Facebook.
Perhaps the next leader of Facebook has "friended" the current CEO -- and he or she is just one click away from better navigating the company's meteoric but challenging rise.
For example, someone I worked with in the late '70s "friended" me last year, and once I accepted him as a friend, I started browsing through his friends and came across a number of people we knew in common.
After Judge Sweeney released the jurors 'names, a Maryland newspaper discovered five of the Dixon jurors had "friended" each other on Facebook and mentioned the case in Facebook discussions while the verdict was still pending
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