Definition Of unfurl

verb

make or become spread out from a rolled or folded state, especially in order to be open to the wind.

a man was unfurling a sail

Example Of unfurl

  • A few pearls roll off, unfurling some genuinely glistening sounds for the waning summer days.

  • As it was said, a flagpole had a horizontal slat on the top so that it could be possible to unfurl the flag wide.

  • But most of the rolls will also be unfurled on new housing sites springing up all over the country.

  • County flags are unfurled and plans are made for the journey to the ‘match’.

  • Each morning she unfurls her American flag and attaches it to the stand on the outside wall of her home.


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