to spread open or flat sth that has previously been folded; to become open and flat
to be gradually made known; to gradually make sth known to other people
v.open outopen upunfurlspread outdisplay
With such a catalogue of potential disasters waiting to unfold, there must be a law against geoengineering?
Tourists at the hotel were excited to see the eruption, watching the events unfold while eating dinner, she said.
By allowing the sacred mystery to unfold without trying to tamper with it, we can move through anything with much more ease and simplicity.
Note: Be sure to unfold this page and refer to the front diagrams as you read each chapter.
Now, just a month left to the election, another smear campaign seems to unfold.
still less unfold the business to my master, absorbed as he was in his present calamity, and having no heart to spare for a second grief!
That tightening of credit still looks at least several months off, if not longer, and could take a while to unfold.
Before a woman, man likes to unfold himself in men"s way. Sometimes there must be androcentrism.
President Bush called Prime Minister Singh on Sunday. It was their second conversation since the Mumbai attack began to unfold on Wednesday.
The plot is a bit of a doozy, but what"s interesting is how director Wang lets this character-driven drama unfold.