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Synonyms of 'unfurl'

(verb) 
Definition
to unroll or spread out (an umbrella, flag, or sail) or (of an umbrella, flag, or sail) to be unrolled or spread out
two weeks later when the leaves unfurl
Synonyms
open
When you open the map, you will find it is divided into squares.
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unfold
He quickly unfolded the blankets and spread them on the mattress.
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open out
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(verb) 
as the dramatic changes in Europe continue to unfurl
Synonyms
unfold
The outcome depends on conditions as well as how events unfold.
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develop
They allowed me to develop their original idea.
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progress
He came round to see how our work was progressing.

Additional synonyms

in the sense of develop
Definition
to make or become gradually clearer or more widely known
They allowed me to develop their original idea.
in the sense of progress
Definition
to become more advanced or skilful
He came round to see how our work was progressing.

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