Unravel

usgb/ʌnˈrævl/Volume
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Physical ActionPlay
Used when referring to the literal act of separating twisted items. SlideShe carefully unraveled the tangled necklace.
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Slow ProcessPlay
Often suggests a slow, careful process of detangling or solving something. SlideWith patience, he unraveled the knot in the rope.
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Satisfying ResolutionPlay
Can convey a sense of satisfaction when something complex is made clear. SlideIt felt good to finally unravel the intricacies of the knitting pattern.