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1. Verb - the act of removing someone from your friends list on any social network.
1. a. Verb - the act of removing someone from your category of friends generally, not limited to removing them as your friend on any social network.
Synonym: defriend

2. Noun - someone who used to be your friend, but you no longer consider them to be a friend, for any number or variety of reasons.
After Dave posted private photos of her wild sweet 16 birthday party, featuring much nudity and general craziness, Tilly thought he's just gone too far. So, she unfriended him on myspace, took him out of her buddies list, and deleted him from her phone contacts.

Sookie asked her a couple weeks later about it, "What, I thought you two were tight?" Tilly shrugged. "Well, we used to be bffs but now we're unfriends and that's just how it is."
by nolana plume August 25, 2009
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1.
The act of removing a friend from your facebook account.

Compulsive people prune their friend list periodically, removing people that they no longer have contact with. More often though, unfriending is only done when a particular friend's updates and self-promotions become so annoying that you can no longer stand hearing about them. Or you might unfriend someone when they piss you off, however, this is not very effective since the person who is unfriended is not notified that you unfriended them and you'd be better off to keep them as a friend and plot your revenge.
Dude, did you fucking unfriend me on facebook? I was looking for your email address and you're not in my friend list anymore. WTF?
by maktar June 13, 2008
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2.
The act of removing someone from your LiveJournal 'Friends List'.

One of the many ways to bitch slap someone on 'Teh Interweb'. Often happens in a domino effect, especially when one person doesn't like you - and they're good at influencing other people. With the right amount of pressure, one 'Unfriending', will lead to several.

But if that one person (ususually known as the queen bee) happens to 'Refriend' you, you'll notice the other drones will follow suit, because they are Borg, and have been 'assimilated'.

See minion, bitch, LiveJournal, slave, mindless, sheep, poser, drone, hive, insect.
"OMG. We hate that person this week. Didn't you know that?"
"No. Sorry. I didn't. Why do you hate them? What did they do??"
"Does it matter? WE JUST DO. Now UNFRIEND them from your Journal and get with the program!"
"OK!"
by electronicbattleground November 08, 2004
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3.
a coward's way of conflict management in the world of social networking; to disassociate from someone or something without attempt to resolve conflict or give notice.
I couldn't handle Deliliah's spiritual values so I unfriended her on Facebook.
by Irritated Facebook User February 08, 2010
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4.
The act of removing people from your 'friends list' on LiveJournal just to let them know you hate them, and you hope they die. In fact, you don't just hate them and hope that they die, but you hope they die a long, slow, painful, gut wrenching death. Preferably in a Turkish Prison that is overrun with skin eating mutant leeches.
I hate that person. I'm going to unfriend their ass.
by yougot0wn3d November 05, 2004
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5.
Verb: taking someone off your networking page (i.e., facebook, myspace, etc.).
Suzy thought Joe was being rude, so she had to unfriend him from her page.
by pcer November 18, 2009
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6.
To remove someone from your friends list as on Facebook, etc.
Joe and I are no longer tight so I unfriended him.

I shouldn't have agreed to her friend request so I'm just going to unfriend her.
by Dunemoth January 28, 2009
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7.
The oposite of befriending someone. When you unfriend someone you don't necessarily become their enemy per say, but you are just no longer their friend, sorta like just distancing yourself from them until you befriend them again.

I find it stupid how there is no real antonym for befriend in the real dictionary, so i am creating one here.
I am unfriending you because of what you did today, I feel you can no longer be my friend.
by Christopher Ray October 04, 2006
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