unroll : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v reverse the winding or twisting of
- v unroll, unfold, or spread out or be unrolled, unfolded, or spread out from a furled state
- On Earth's surface, which, from a few miles up, might have seemed uninhabited, mankind's performances continued to unroll.
- But Vinson was all attention as the airmen began to unroll their case.
- Combat units merely unroll their telephone wires along the ground or string them through handy trees.
News & Articles
- Family wants to 'let light shine'
MARINE CITY — Holly Weaver remembers watching the events unroll at Sandy Hook Elementary School on Dec. 14 and struggling to make sense of the senseless.
June 14, 2013 - Times Herald
- Boulder's Hanuman Festival kicks off Thursday
Yogis from around the world are filling Boulder's streets. More than 5,000 yoga mats are expected to unroll in downtown Boulder this week for the annual Hanuman Festival.
June 12, 2013 - Boulder Daily Camera
- A 20-minute yoga session may boost your brain power
Yogis may be enjoying a surprising benefit when they unroll their mats and strike a pose. A new study finds that just 20 minutes of hatha yoga stimulates brain function.
June 10, 2013 - The Milpitas Post
- Christopher Kimball in Minneapolis Star Tribune
We tested Pillsbury Just Unroll Refrigerated Pie Crust at our test kitchens,said Kimball. "And while the flavor was bland, it wasn't offensive, and it was definitely flaky."
- Karl Rove in NewsMax.com
As for the October Surprise, Rove said, "I'd rather let the balance [of plans for the elections] unroll on its own."
- Howard Stern in Examiner.com
What a GREAT idea to have this announced by Lisa G from Howard 100 radio,said Howard Stern, oozing with sarcasm. "My plan would have been to unroll this in a series of interviews in which we would show up together and do interviews...