- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unreel.
“McGovern ... seductively unreels Betsy's pursuit of the truth one shocking spool at a time.”
“The story unreels before the eyes of a 13-year-old girl, so the language of the book is her language.”
“As with last May's Thor, Marvel's Captain America: The First Avenger, directed by Joe Johnston and starring Chris Evans as the iconic superhero, unreels with machine-like efficiency from end-to-end.”
“Bruce Watson's remarkable "Freedom Summer," a well-researched, vivid retelling of the 1964 civil rights crusade to put Mississippi's 200,000 disfranchised blacks on the voting rolls, makes no mention of Reagan's Philadelphia visit as its story unreels kaleidoscopically from the nighttime abduction of Goodman, Chaney and Schwerner on June 21 to the high noon exhumation of their remains on Aug. 4 as a horrified world looked on.”
“Particularly in "The Crisis," Posner unreels any number of sharp insights about shareholders, regulation and economists.”
“The director yells, "Action", and a scene worthy of the big screen unreels.”
“M. O'BRIEN: When you're going that fast, the extension cord kind of unreels.”
“A chain of cities unreels in my memory like a roll of archival film.”
“When he fails to seize it, he whimpers gently, and the rest of the film unreels its tale of incoherence, misplaced wisdom, cruel pride, and misunderstood love.”
“Spineless" is how France's foreign minister described the international inertia as tragedy unreels in Zaire's green hills.”
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