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But one noon the Dowager sails into the dining-room and unfurls a brown paper bundle.
CAPE COD STORIESJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
The steam, when carried laterally by a gentle breeze, unfurls itself like an enormous flag from its watery standard.
THE YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARKHIRAM MARTIN CHITTENDEN
But suddenly, without observation, the selfsame thing unfurls beautiful wings, and is an angel of wisdom.
ESSAYSRALPH WALDO EMERSON
The soft breeze from the south unfurls its folds and these respond to his caress.
THE BRONZE EAGLEEMMUSKA ORCZY, BARONESS ORCZY
She unfurls her huge, black fan with a lazy gesture, and then turns her large eyes full upon him.
PORTIADUCHESS
The drum beats, the ensign unfurls the standard, every man carries a weapon of some sort.
REMBRANDTESTELLE M. HURLL
He unfurls the umbrella in the face of the bull or dog, and the brute turns round quite scared, and runs away.
WILD WALESGEORGE BORROW
If Kentucky to-morrow unfurls the banner of resistance unjustly, I never will fight under that banner.
The wind has caught his yellow robe, which unfurls itself against a landscape of sandy hills.
THE STORY OF ASSISILINA DUFF GORDON
See ye that, and know ye what it means when the King of France unfurls it?
IN THE DAYS OF CHIVALRYEVELYN EVERETT-GREEN

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