unfolding

[ US /ənˈfoʊɫdɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /ʌnfˈə‍ʊldɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a developmental process
    the flowering of antebellum culture
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How To Use unfolding In A Sentence

  • The conceptus, like the infant, the child, and the adolescent, is a being who is in the process of unfolding its potential; that is, the potential to grow and develop itself but not to change what it is.
  • It is prudent we pause further reductions while the current situation is unfolding. The Sun
  • Somewhere in a parallel universe a stellar career in marketing is unfolding.
  • I find myself wondering, as I watch and read the unfolding news coverage of this event, if, as a society, we remain equipped to pause long enough to consider the long-term ramifications of any event, tragic or otherwise. Elizabeth Bisbee Silber: The Consequences of Our Rapid-Fire Culture
  • The endearment set off another wave of warmth in her, another petal unfolding deep inside her. WHERE THE HEART IS
  • Amyloid fibril formation depends on a partial unfolding of the native protein.
  • Although our news media are very remiss in educating the public on the great economic tragedy now unfolding, they do unwittingly disclose some frightening facts.
  • Zimbabwe is a tragedy unfolding before our very eyes. Times, Sunday Times
  • THE PRIME MINISTER'S OFFICIAL SPOKESMAN: Yes, but they're all unfolding at the same time -- educate, diplomatize, and prepare. Press Briefing By Mccurry And Campbell
  • German-French for “Madame la Vicomtesse,” and after many ceremonious bows, he drew from his pocket a dilapidated pocketbook, saying: “Che un betit bapier bour fous,” and unfolding as he handed it to her a piece of greasy paper. Une Vie
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