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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of unscroll.

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Examples

  • The river unscrolled like a movie: in the middle distance, an uprooted tree sailed slowly past from left to right.

    An Englishman Lights Out

  • She double-clicked on it and was staggered by what unscrolled before her eyes—a scan of a flight ticket from Dublin to the Seychelles, departing the following Monday.

    The Priest

  • Beyond the railing and a mass of entangled bicycles, a pent-up political procession unscrolled before our eyes.

    Archive 2009-05-16

  • But the effect of voice and story upon the listener was of actual life being unscrolled in a form so distilled, so intense, so chosen, so affecting in its urgencies as to leave you breathless and limp when he was finished.

    Raymond Carver

  • Beyond the railing and a mass of entangled bicycles, a pent-up political procession unscrolled before our eyes.

    TO SERVE THE PEOPLE

  • The trauma record, a massive, three-page document, unscrolled in front of her.

    Life As We Know It

  • The trauma record, a massive, three-page document, unscrolled in front of her.

    Life As We Know It

  • The trauma record, a massive, three-page document, unscrolled in front of her.

    Life As We Know It

  • The trauma record, a massive, three-page document, unscrolled in front of her.

    Life As We Know It

  • The trauma record, a massive, three-page document, unscrolled in front of her.

    Life As We Know It

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