Being a native Norwegian – if that is even a thing I do not know, I had to google the word of the day. How on earth was I supposed to know what Unfurl is?
Seriously, does anyone use Unfurl in a sentence that any give human being would understand?
I get that apparently it’s used in sailing, but excuse me the closest thing I have ever been to sailing was a tiny sailboat I had in my bathtub as a kid or the time I thought they were going to leave port with me onboard when I was visiting the Norwegian Navy KNM Storm (a lot bigger than the tiny sailboat from the tub).
I had to add the picture as proof, even if I wasn't in the Navy - I was on a boat! Go Army girl, Go!
So again, when would someone use that word? Unfurl? I unfurl you! You unfurl me? It’s unfurlnable <- probably not even a word.
The definition of the word is as following: make or become spread out from a rolled or folded state, especially in order to be open to the wind.
So my conclusion is, I’m not supposed to understand the word or ever use it. So if you have ever used it or think you might use it, please let me know!