Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of cyberfriend.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • One of my online friends had his house burn down and with a couple of days his cyberfriends organized a blog accepting donations for the rebuilding.

    The Global Village is here

  • One of my online friends had his house burn down and with a couple of days his cyberfriends organized a blog accepting donations for the rebuilding.

    Archive 2009-03-29

  • In November, I asked a group of cyberfriends to be my cheerleaders.

    Of Scotch and Smarties

  • As a part of manifesting your dreams she suggests writing it out and looking at it every day and then getting together with friends (or cyberfriends) and sharing your dreams and the manifestations you have written.

    Grateful Friday

  • In November, I asked a group of cyberfriends to be my cheerleaders.

    April 2006

  • There is a space in this web for cyberneighbours and cyberfriends.

    Archive 2005-05-01

  • There is a space in this web for cyberneighbours and cyberfriends.

    Word, voice, face

  • Through the “E-Chat Friendship Quilt,” we can hold all of our cyberfriends close and rest in the warmth created by the many hands that worked together to form this legacy.

    Quilts Are Forever

  • Through the “E-Chat Friendship Quilt,” we can hold all of our cyberfriends close and rest in the warmth created by the many hands that worked together to form this legacy.

    Quilts Are Forever

  • Through the “E-Chat Friendship Quilt,” we can hold all of our cyberfriends close and rest in the warmth created by the many hands that worked together to form this legacy.

    Quilts Are Forever

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