An impromptu plan arose: gather for coffee and brunch at Jeans-Jacques, then unfurl the banner.
How we love that word—cue the trumpets, unfurl the banners, cast a golden light upon the White House.
As the Boston tragedy continues to unfurl, things will likely continue to get worse before finally taking a turn for the better.
It must require considerable force in the flower to unfurl them.
These sails are frequently made to furl and unfurl like a fan.
It is revealing no secret to say that a drowning man sees his whole past unfurl before him like a panorama.
We are going to unfurl the banner of peace and bury the hatchet.
A captain of the National Guard has been the first in that quarter to unfurl the tricolour.
It revels in the sunshine, and not until the morning is well advanced does it begin to unfurl its tightly rolled petals.
It is said that if the wind falls they can unfurl more sail, or furl if it rises.