unspool


un·spool

verb \ˌən-ˈspül\

Definition of UNSPOOL

transitive verb
1
:  to unwind from a spool <unspool the cable>
2
:  to execute or present artfully or gracefully <unspooled a jump shot> <unspooling an intricate tale>
intransitive verb
:  to be presented or revealed on or as if on a motion-picture screen

First Known Use of UNSPOOL

1940

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