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.
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OTHER WORDS FROM unravelun·rav·el·er; especially British, un·rav·el·ler, nounun·rav·el·ment, noun
Example sentences from the Web for unravel
How Dwayne Haskins’s tenure with Washington unraveled in less than two yearsWashington’s leading receiver, wideout Terry McLaurin, was also listed as questionable as he has not practiced the past two weeks because of a high-ankle sprain.Alex Smith, Terry McLaurin and Antonio Gibson are listed as questionable for Washington|Nicki Jhabvala|January 2, 2021|Washington Post
Photo by Adriana Heldiz Meanwhile, Sweetwater Union High School officials were still dealing with the district’s financial crisis that unraveled in late 2018.
The tech giantsNikola’s stock crashes after announcing cancelation of contract with Republic Services for 2,500 garbage trucks — This is the latest deal to unravel for Nikola as it tries to patch up following recent devastating reports.
Graver is the author of three previous novels: Awake, The Honey Thief, and Unravelling.
And so they set themselves, with here a turn and there a backward twist, to that old task of unravelling the snarled skein.Joscelyn Cheshire|Sara Beaumont Kennedy
These are the two problems which I am now engaged in unravelling; and I shall publish the solution in four days' time.813|Maurice Leblanc
Such was the story that Dickens was unravelling in the spring and early summer of 1870.Life of Charles Dickens|Frank Marzials
It would be great sport to go dashing about the country in a car, unravelling mysteries and catching jewel thieves.A Fortunate Term|Angela Brazil
With hidden eyes and hands clasped tight upon the pains that racked her, she was unravelling the mystery of Life and Love.Poppy|Cynthia Stockley