Unravel [verb]

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Sentence/Example of Unravel:

What if to-morrow, and to-morrow, and to-morrow brings no light to unravel this mystery?

The whole affair is a terrible mystery; be assured I will do my best to unravel it.

What the police have failed to fathom, how can you hope to unravel?

She has that sort of head that loves a hard knot to unravel!

There were more complexities in Tom's character than Henry could unravel.

Of all the tangled webs ever I essayed to unravel, this is the knottiest.

Who am I that I should seek to unravel the mysterious intricacies of sex?

Strenuous, untiring efforts for years have been made to unravel this Lanier web.

But all love has a mystic triple root; you cannot unravel the web, on earth at least.

Caius could not unravel this, and yet, deep within him, he knew that there was consistency in it.