- to spread or shake out from a furled state, as a sail or a flag; unfold.
- to become unfurled.
Origin of unfurl
Examples from the Web for unfurling
Contemporary Examples of unfurling
We imagine her unfurling her cape dramatically as she types: “So, I decided to discover the truth.”Deadline Hollywood Editor in Chief Nikki Finke’s 8 Greatest Freakouts
June 4, 2013
Historical Examples of unfurling
The Duke of Athole performed the ceremony of unfurling the banner.Bonnie Prince Charlie
G. A. Henty
"I do not see it, sir," said the admiral, unfurling a handkerchief like a challenge flag.A Mock Idyl
She had taken the fan from him, and was furling and unfurling it.The Literary Sense
He smiled back at her, shaking his head slightly and unfurling the fan.Unfinished Portraits
Rattleton set about unfurling the sails and getting them ready for hoisting.Frank Merriwell's Alarm
Burt L. Standish
- to unroll, unfold, or spread out or be unrolled, unfolded, or spread out from a furled state