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Definition of a selfiediction

selfiediction

noun

  • an addiction to taking selfies. From "selfie" + "addiction".
    Justin Bieber has a bad case of selfiediction.

    Last edited on Oct 12 2015. Submitted by Abhisek from Kolkata, West Bengal, India on Oct 12 2015.

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