from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. To cancel a subscription, especially to an online publication, service, or mailing list.
- transitive v. To cancel the subscription of (a subscriber): Please unsubscribe me from your mailing list.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. to cancel a subscription, especially to an online service
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Amnesty International's "Unsubscribe Me" campaign invites us to unsubscribe from the use of torture in fighting the "war on terror;" to tell the world's governments that torture cannot be done in our name.
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I guess I’ll have to unsubscribe from the Rotten Tomatoes newsletter and see if MetaCritic will deliver the latest movie releases to my inbox, as their ratings seem to be much more accurate: District 9 gets an 81 and The Time Traveler’s Wife gets a 50.
You can’t unsubscribe from the waste of a technological device. — mistersquid
It’s not about me being able to unsubscribe from a newsletter or email.
There’s nothing more likely to get me to unsubscribe from a feed than a lot of posts which are basically the author thinking out loud — and not thinking very hard at that …
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