To reach or put forth; extend:
(Idiomatic) To place items further apart.
To relieve of care or suffering:
To knock down or lay low.
To cause (something) to be longer, wider, or cover more area:
(Military) To extend the front of (a column), bringing it into line.
To remove the wrapping or wrappings from or become unwrapped.
To become free from constraint, stiffness, or severity; relax and be less formal, more natural, etc.
To become open
To make less taut, less compact, etc.
To lay bare or open by removing a covering
To be the first nonnative person to find, come to, or see (a continent, river, etc.)
To explain or clarify something:
To define; expound:
To subject (a photographic film, for example) to the action of light.
To go into or give details or particulars.
To make clear or explicit (something obscure or implied); explain fully
To open up or out; unfold:
To move or cause a current of (air) with or as if with a fan.
To stretch beyond
The definition of evolve is to develop gradually or set free.
To clarify is defined as to purify a liquid to make it clear or to remove something.
(Mathematics) To give rise to a geometrical structure.
To divulge is defined as to disclose information or share private information.
Elaborate is defined as to add details to something.
To pay the penalty of; suffer for
The reproductive structure of the seed-bearing plants known as angiosperms. A flower may contain up to four whorls or arrangements of parts: carpels, stamens, petals, and sepals. The female reproductive organs consist of one or more carpels . Each carpel includes an ovary, style, and stigma. A single carpel or a group of fused carpels is sometimes called a pistil. The male reproductive parts are the stamens, made up of a filament and anther. The reproductive organs may be enclosed in an inner whorl of petals and an outer whorl of sepals. Flowers first appeared over 120 million years ago and have evolved a great diversity of forms and coloration in response to the agents that pollinate them. Some flowers produce nectar to attract animal pollinators, and these flowers are often highly adapted to specific groups of pollinators. Flowers pollinated by moths, such as species of jasmine and nicotiana, are often pale and fragrant in order to be found in the evening, while those pollinated by birds, such as fuschias, are frequently red and odorless, since birds have good vision but a less developed sense of smell. Wind-pollinated flowers, such as those of oak trees or grass, are usually drab and inconspicuous.
To find the solution or an answer to (a problem); solve
To find or provide the correct or a satisfactory solution to (a problem)
To open or spread out from a furled state
(Figuratively) To clear from complication or difficulty; to unfold; to solve.
To undo a tuck or tucks in; free from a tuck or fold
Blossom means to grow or develop.
develop or come to a promising stage
A bend in a layer of rock or in another planar feature such as foliation or the cleavage of a mineral. Folds occur as the result of deformation, usually associated with plate-tectonic forces.
(Gaming) To create a new character in a role-playing game.
To prevent the disclosure or recognition of; conceal:
To make less conspicuous; overshadow
To keep from being observed or discovered; hide.
(--- Sports) To stop or deflect (a ball or puck) by using one's body.
Check means to test, examine, compare or inspect something to see if it is as it should be.
To make stagnant
To deduct (withholding tax) from an employee's salary.
To clasp, fold, or coil about something:
To enfold; to hold as in one's lap; to cherish.
To expose to view; show; exhibit; display
To be disposed of by sale:
Show is defined as to bring into view, teach, or display.
Find another word for unfold. In this page you can discover 72 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for unfold, like: shake-out, stretch, ebb-and-flow, spread-out, unwind, release, flatten, extend, straighten, display and uncurl.