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unreel

verb un·reel \ˌən-ˈrēl\

Definition of UNREEL

transitive verb
1
:  to unwind from a reel
2
:  to perform successfully <unreeled a 66-yard pass play>
3
:  reel off 2 <unreeled five birdies in a row>
intransitive verb
1
:  to become unwound
2
:  to be presented <the dress rehearsal unreeled flawlessly>

First Known Use of UNREEL

1567

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