"I have the cord," the man said, and unwound some ten feet of stout rope from his waist.
Hunterleys unwound his scarf and handed his coat and hat to a page-boy.
She unwound the brown veil from her head and tied it about his throat.
He had unwound the cloak from round his arm and held it in front of him like a shield.
She took the straps from them, and unwound the sheets and bathing clothes.
When you reach the lake at midday, the ball will be unwound.
He unwound her arms, put her gently aside, and stepped into the carriage.
She let go of Bess and unwound the long muffler from about her own neck.
Get him unwound as soon as you can, and send him about his business.
She unwound it a little to remedy the defect as her father went on.