To unfurl is to unfold or to bring out into the open. When the flag is unfurled, it becomes visible.

  • The flag was unfurled on the platform.

  • The flag was unfurled in honor of the soldier who was killed in the war.

Definition of unfurl


unroll, unfold, or spread out or be unrolled, unfolded, or spread out from a furled state



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Example Sentences for unfurl

  • 1

    The Maple Leaf is unfurled gloriously in the background.

  • 2

    As moulting birds preen, they remove the waxy coating, and the feather unfurls.

  • 3

    The mere viewing of the unfurled thongdrel is said to cleanse the viewer of sin.

  • 4

    Unfurl the flag of Faith and Toil

  • 5

    The wings inflate, unfurl and dry into shape.

  • 6

    That is why they unfurl even though quite dead.

  • 7

    Sunflora unfurl their petals and absorb sunlight for energy.

  • 8

    It consists of a pencil drawing of a scroll with an unfurling banner above it.

  • 9

    Seeing a desert island he decided to unfurl the flag of Jagani there.

  • 10

    Anyone familiar with the topic and able to unfurl this mess please do...