Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unfold.(verb)
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Use "unfolds" in a sentence
"The nine justices will tackle an ambitious agenda of issues ranging from child pornography to voter I.D. Gary Nurenberg has a preview of what's likely to be happening behind those big white columns as the term unfolds or at least as much as we can learn, right."
"But however the three-way battle for the title unfolds - Vettel is just two points behind Button's Brawn GP team-mate Rubens Barrichello in second - the German believes Red Bull can still celebrate an excellent 2009 campaign."
"This is the case primarily because the word, as thought by Heidegger, takes thinking more deeply into the ongoing question of Heidegger's thinking -- being, be-ing, ἀλήθεια, λόγος, anwesendes Anwesen, emergent emerging, emergence -- such that the German word unfolds more deeply than and beyond anything that it 'usually' means in German."