verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of unfold
Examples from the Web for unfoldment
The student who would understand the rationale of the unfoldment of his own possibilities must make no mistake here.The Edinburgh Lectures on Mental Science|Thomas Troward
In this unfoldment, a new meaning for immortality would come to them.Solaris Farm|Milan C. Edson
Life is an unfoldment, and the further we travel the more truth we can comprehend.Little Journeys To The Homes Of Great Teachers|Elbert Hubbard
It was rather that here lay a tantalizing promise of unfoldment by and by, a sheathed hint of something rare and perilous.The Purple Heights|Marie Conway Oemler
Everything I wrote must minister to and represent a step in my own unfoldment.
Old English unfealdan, "to open or unwrap the folds of," also figuratively, "to disclose, reveal," from un- (2) "opposite of" + fold (v.). Cf. Middle Dutch ontvouden, German entfalten. Intransitive sense is attested from late 14c. Related: Unfolded; unfolding.