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English citations of tweeple

Noun: "plural of tweep (a Twitter user)"[edit]

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  • 2008 — Deborah Micek & Warren Whitlock, Twitter Revolution: How Social Media and Mobile Marketing is Changing the Way We Do Business & Market Online, Xeno Press (2008), ISBN 9781934275078, page 36:
    She's the chatty one that gets involved, has multiple conversations at once, connects with tweeple, talks about topics, brings up polls, and asks lots of questions to get her tribe communicating and debating with one another.
  • 2010Ray Vukcevich, "One Big Monkey", in Is Anybody Out There? (eds. Nick Gevers and Marty Halpern), Daw Books (2010), ISBN 9781101434604, unnumbered page:
    DaveToMars tweets, "Thanks for all the suggestions, tweeple, but I must come up with something on my own!"
  • 2011 — Joshua Waldman, Job Searching with Social Media for Dummies, John Wiley & Sons (2011), ISBN 9780470930724, page 208:
    The catch to achieving a 100 percent FF ratio is that the tweeple you follow don't necessarily follow you back.
  • 2012 — Julie James, About That Night, Berkley Sensation (2012), ISBN 9781101561379, unnumbered page:
    Take that, tweeple.