She unfurls the tissue paper of the box and takes out the wreath.
See ye that, and know ye what it means when the King of France unfurls it?
The wind has caught his yellow robe, which unfurls itself against a landscape of sandy hills.
He unfurls the umbrella in the face of the bull or dog, and the brute turns round quite scared, and runs away.
But one noon the Dowager sails into the dining-room and unfurls a brown paper bundle.
She unfurls her huge, black fan with a lazy gesture, and then turns her large eyes full upon him.
The steam, when carried laterally by a gentle breeze, unfurls itself like an enormous flag from its watery standard.