- v. present participle of uncurl.
“I felt, so slowly as to be almost imperceptible, his fingers uncurling from the railing.”
“He works this area by curling a dumbbell upward toward his wrist and then uncurling it.”
“It's a worm a millimetre long made up of only 1,000 cells and I am watching it curling, uncurling and grazing on its bacterial food with a string of its cells brightly illuminated in green.”
“I marveled at the sight of the plant's tender buds and the way they reached for the moonlight with long, tapering, and delicate sprouts, uncurling like tendrils of a fern.”
“The slow uncurling of each thought as she sought meaning among the swooping shift and eddy of each letter.”
“Outside the bedroom window, the Japanese maple leaves are just uncurling, and behind them the cherry tree in full blossom.”
“His eyes were hot and cold, uncurling the worm of fear at the base of my spine.”
“As always, she looked for signs of anything new, anything green and uncurling, anything to show that summer was on the way and that the land would once again nourish them.”
“Then she lifted her hand higher, stopping it before Sorcha, curling and uncurling her fingers as if she were grasping something on the air.”
“She stood there, curling and uncurling her bare toes in the plush green carpet.”
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