nouninformal the Twittersphere
Users of the social media application Twitter, considered collectively.
- ‘the Twittersphere was abuzz when the story first broke’
- ‘Interestingly, more Republicans than Democrats can be found in the Twittersphere.’
- ‘In this campaign, many politicians, even regular users, seemed to drop out of the Twittersphere entirely.’
- ‘I'd answer their questions and people would Tweet my answers back out to the Twittersphere.’
- ‘Here's how many of you have put it as we have been having this conversation on the Twittersphere.’
- ‘As I mentioned in the Twittersphere last night, the local good radio station played the song "70s 80s".’
- ‘But his bluster seems to have grown as he has threw himself into the anarchic twittersphere to broadcast his views.’
- ‘She unleashed mayhem in the Twittersphere last week when, in her first tweet, she greeted "Twitters" instead of "Twitterers."’
- ‘On the Twittersphere, Google was widely applauded, though there was some cynicism about its business motives.’
- ‘It's possible that Twitter has made much bigger impact on the new media environment outside of (rather than inside) the Twittersphere by simply feeding a stream of blogs, social networks, and text messages with content.’
- ‘I'm sure everyone's fed up of the debacle that's been occupying the UK Twittersphere for the last week.’
Early 21st century blend of Twitter, the proprietary name of the social media application, and -sphere.
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