verb (used with object), un·rav·eled, un·rav·el·ing or (especially British) un·rav·elled, un·rav·el·ling.
verb (used without object), un·rav·eled, un·rav·el·ing or (especially British) un·rav·elled, un·rav·el·ling.
Origin of unravel
Related Words for unravelleduntangle, decipher, resolve, solve, undo, unwind, separate, faze, disentangle, extricate, disengage, ravel, unlace, disclose, explain, free, unknot, unsnarl, unriddle
Examples from the Web for unravelled
Historical Examples of unravelled
Men like the problem that they fancy they have unravelled by their own acuteness.The Bramleighs Of Bishop's Folly
Charles James Lever
The Government has unravelled a good deal of the conspiracy.
It is a cipher that cannot be unravelled without the key number.The Grell Mystery
“This mystery is unravelled,” thought I, and I was right in my conjectures.Japhet in Search of a Father
I stepped off him, unravelled the lead and dragged him to the Parcels Office.Once a Week
Alan Alexander Milne