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  • v. Present participle of untag.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I've certainly done my share of untagging on Facebook.

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  • Remove photo or post from profile Only possible by untagging oneself.

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  • According to the survey, 52% of the women were using Facebook as a research tool to find out information about a prospective date, but the women weren't happy when their boyfriends weren't untagging and removing photos of ex-girlfriends in their Facebook timeline.

    Julie Spira: Has Sexting Become Mainstream for Young Women?

  • Maybe the galaxy has just been untagging all the subsequent pictures because it's gained a lot of mass recently.

    NASA Hubble spots oldest galaxy yet

  • If that ever shows up on Facebook, I'm untagging myself.

    And, As Is Typical For The Emu, All Of A Sudden The World EXPLODES

  • But to a large and thorough sweeping comprehension of him, it behooves me now to unbutton him still further, and untagging the points of his hose, unbuckling his garters, and casting loose the hooks and the eyes of the joints of his innermost bones, set him before you in his ultimatum; that is to say, in his unconditional skeleton.

    Moby Dick; or the Whale

  • But to a large and thorough sweeping comprehension of him, it behoves me now to unbutton him still further, and untagging the points of his hose, unbuckling his garters, and casting loose the hooks and the eyes of the joints of his innermost bones, set him before you in his ultimatum; that is to say, in his unconditional skeleton.

    Moby Dick: or, the White Whale

  • And if you're concerned that untagging a picture or deleting a post will hurt someone's feelings, keep in mind that your efforts to not hurt a friend might result in harming your own personal brand.

    Forbes.com: News

  • A bunch of folks who have had run-ins with the law in Florida are being subjected to similar retroactive tagging, but on the World Wide Web, and untagging themselves is expensive.

    Forbes.com: News

  • It's called "Break Up With Your Ex" day, and it's all about unfriending your ex on Facebook, unfollowing your ex on Twitter, Foursquare and other sites, untagging or deleting photos of yourself and that person online and on your computer and phone, blocking or erasing the person on instant-messaging services, and deleting the person's contact information from your phone and your e-mail program's address book.

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