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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unfriend.

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Examples

  • First, an item Allan spotted from our unfriends at the National Post.

    stephen harper: "becoming just another pebble on the banks of the Ottawa River"?

  • His sport and pleasure it was to give aid to his own folk, and to prove himself in mighty matters, to take wealth from his unfriends, and give the same to his friends.

    The Story of the Volsungs

  • You're a tough chicky and will survive, even thrive after dumping your dead weight unfriends.

    finding true community

  • He said, as be rode on a little slower than erst: Upon my soul and my salvation I swear it, that the men yonder be of the worst unfriends to thee that may be in the world.

    The Water of the Wondrous Isles

  • Her unfriends in the Senate would find the irony delightful.

    My Enemy My Ally

  • Two of these, the Commanders of Helm and Javelin, are old unfriends of mine—too politic to argue with me, though, when I am obviously in a position of power.

    My Enemy My Ally

  • Two of these, the commanders of Helm and Javelin, are old unfriends of mine—too politic to argue with me, though, when I am obviously in a position of power.

    Rihannsu: The Bloodwing Voyages

  • There were lapfuls of lapis, which would cause people to wee-wee unexpectedly; Midrange presumed those were for unfriends or those with certain bodily complications.

    Yon Ill Wind

  • We have got to show we aren't safe for unfriends to touch.

    A Knight of Ghosts and Shadows

  • But no, I schooled my thoughts, I must not react so to everything he said as if we were unfriends and not life comrades, as we must learn to be.

    The Crystal Gryphon

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