- to remove (a person) from one's list of friends, or contacts, on a social media website.
Sometimes de·friend [dee-frend] /diˈfrɛnd/,
Origin of unfriend
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Examples from the Web for unfriend
The Queen said that she could not be content that either he or any else should be unfriend to Moray.The Mystery of Mary Stuart
Item, Gif it beis askit, in caise the Castell be unfriend, whair the armye shalbe placed?
You are dealing with an emissary from a foreign power who is an unfriend of my country.
Unfrien′dedness, the state of being unfriended; Unfrien′dliness, unkindness; Unfriend′ship, unfriendliness.
But I have told thee all these things to show that the King is not without some reason to be thy father's unfriend.Men of Iron
Word Origin and History for unfriend
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