Examples of unfurl in a Sentence
after the protestors had unfurled their banner, it stretched from one side of the visitors' gallery to the other
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Marz Lovejoy, the tattooed musician and consultant unfurled on the hood of a peacock-blue Impala, isn't exactly the target audience for maternity wear.
In spite of her apology, this isn’t the first time Barr has unfurled a racist attack against a Black woman in the Obama Administration.
After helping to unfurl a giant U.S. flag on the track before the race, Indianapolis firefighter Eric Cummings and his wife, Christy, watched drivers battle on a large video screen in Pagoda Plaza.
The pic's rule is expected to end next weekend when Fox and Ryan Reynolds unfurl Deadpool 2.
But the visual of a slowly unfurling tarp is a perfect announcement of spring baseball, and the Milwaukee Brewers found a way to portray it in award-winning fashion.
Throws unfurled by the three Southern California quarterbacks currently on campus during practice here on Thursday landed in the general area code of willing receivers but fell incomplete, one after another, or off the hands of defensive backs.
Zachary Lucy Four Seam Images via AP Images Brickhouse stood on a mound at the Dynamic Sports Training facility in Tomball, Texas, this winter, unfurled his retooled delivery and zipped a fastball out of his right hand.
The Timbers Army didn't unveil a full-size tifo ahead of Sunday's Portland Timbers-Seattle Sounders match, but the supporters' group did unfurl a smaller banner ahead of the game.
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UNFURL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unfurl for English Language Learners
: to cause (something that is folded or rolled up) to open
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