Definitions

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  • verb To follow again.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ follow

Examples

  • I had to delete and refollow because I haven't been getting your feed and it took me a few days to figure it out since I haven't had a lot of computer time!

    My kitchen buddy - Kuhn Rikon

  • But he resaw the glorious hump of the Gable (he had never visited the Lake District since), and the mouse-gray depths of Wastwater under the Screes; he could resmell the washed air after heavy rain, and refollow the ribbon of the pass across to Sty Head.

    Goodbye, Mr Chips

  • Of course the real story is that you obviously unfollowed those people by accident and will refollow them as soon as you realize your error.

    Gizmodo

  • Of course the real story is that you obviously unfollowed those people by accident and will refollow them as soon as you realize your error.

    Gizmodo

  • Of course the real story is that you obviously unfollowed those people by accident and will refollow them as soon as you realize your error.

    Gizmodo

  • I don't want to go through the hassle of unfollowing and then having to remember to refollow, I just want them turned off for a few hours or so until they get over it.

    broadstuff

  • I don't want to go through the hassle of unfollowing and then having to remember to refollow, I just want them turned off for a few hours or so until they get over it.

    broadstuff

  • In all cases, they refollow me when I get back to work in San Francisco, ready to hear my take on a new Facebook feature or a story about Google.

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  • In all cases, they refollow me when I get back to work in San Francisco, ready to hear my take on a new Facebook feature or a story about Google.

    CIO News

  • My goal was that they would refollow me back, re-establishing their presence in my new personal account.

    WordPress.com News

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