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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Elsewhere, Twiggy’s golden, knee-grazing mane plays with a romantic proposal—unfurl each braid at the bottom, letting the ends ripple.
For merging with, and rising from, the floor like a bead of mercury, there’s James Gowan; for explosive intensity, Babatunji; for queenly clarity, Madeline Devries; for unfurling arms, Shuaib Elhassan.
Blossoms and leaves are unfurling by the day, and area nurseries are bursting with trees waiting for permanent homes to bolster our collective urban forest.
When the buds color up or the foliage begins to unfurl, arrange the branches in a vase and display them in a cool room in bright light but out of direct sunlight.
These are unfurled during the association's second line, which turns into a cyclone of color, filling the Convention Center dance floor and well beyond.
In 1889, French engineer Gustave Eiffel unfurled the French tricolor from atop the Eiffel Tower, officially marking its completion.
Some towns unfurled large U.S. flags to honor the trooper.
Inside, generously proportioned formal living and dining rooms, a library, family room, marble kitchen, five bedrooms, four and half baths, and more unfurl across three floors.
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First Known Use of unfurl
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Definition of unfurl for English Language Learners
: to cause (something that is folded or rolled up) to open
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