2. v. the act of communicationg via carrier pigeon wherein the carrier pigeon taps the message out in Morse code on the recipients window
"yo, the tweet fell out of the dube"
Function: verb; noun
Inflected Forms (verb/noun): tweeted; tweeting; tweets/ tweets
Etymology: From English tweet
Date: March of 2006, the foundation date of www.twitter.com
: to post a piece of writing under 140 characters in length on the well known website www.twitter.com; usually in a blog-like format that describes the state of being, situation, feelings, and/or random thoughts of the individual (Akin to a Facebook status)
: a single piece of writing one posts on www.twitter.com
<I really need to tweet about this experience on twitter!>
<God! I haven't been able to tweet all day because my computer is down!>
<“You can lead a celeb to twitter but you can't always make them tweet.” -Jonathan Ross>
<Come check out this tweet man. This is the most ridiculous thing I've ever seen in my life! Why would they post a tweet about this! Jeez...*shakes head*>
<I think I just tweeted the least important tweet ever!>
Usually happens after quitting an addiction of smoking or biting nails.