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
Recent Examples of unfurl from the Web
When my grandma came back from the store with a dozen Krispy Kremes, my eyes bugged out of my skull and my tongue unfurled from my mouth like a carpet and steam blew out of my ears.
The climber was among about 40 demonstrators who earlier unfurled a banner calling for abolishing the federal government's chief immigration enforcement agency, said Jay W. Walker, an organizer with Rise and Resist, which arranged the demonstration.
Sleeves flapped and unfurled in a unique bell shape achieved thanks to an open zipper up the arm.
But the prize of the museum is the Friends Good Will, a tall ship with 2,800 square feet of sail when fully unfurled.
In one notable case, Zenit St. Petersburg fans hailed convicted war criminal Ratko Mladic as a hero with a banner unfurled at a Europa League game in November.
Nobody does a ceremony like the British, and this was royalty with all its flags unfurled.
About 5,000 people flocked to Jakarta's landmark National Monument and unfurled Indonesian and Palestinian flags.
Its Medical Brain has unfurled AI systems for radiology, ophthalmology and cardiology.
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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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