Definition of 'selfie'
Example sentences containing 'selfie'
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But why not send a selfie from the poolside? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Just a smart phone and a selfie stick. Christianity Today (2000)Or stick it out front for a selfie. The Sun (2014)Any kind of royal selfie is taken. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The unlucky ones beg for food and spare change or sell tissues and selfie sticks in the traffic jams. The Sun (2015)Now hundreds are being abandoned by their owners because they do not look good in selfie photographs posted on the internet. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Yep, strip off and get out the selfie stick. Times, Sunday Times (2015)For the selfie generation, this sort of stuff is par for the course. Times, Sunday Times (2015)What, that phone selfie of me going to vote in the election? The Sun (2015)With no velvet ropes or barriers, there is no better place to get that celebrity selfie. The Sun (2014)And sending a selfie isn't thoughtful. Times, Sunday Times (2014)One Sun snap shows a woman taking a selfie on her phone. The Sun (2015)Locals at a five-star hotel flocked to see his show and get a selfie with the star. The Sun (2014)Amsterdam is a tourist magnet, which means it can be thronged with fools brandishing selfie sticks. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Send us a selfie of you sporting the rose - in the most creative way you possibly can. The Sun (2015)A monkey has taken a selfie. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I take a group selfie: no one is smiling. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Tellingly, perhaps, there were no camera phones or selfie sticks on display. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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