, v. i. 1. To become untwisted or unwoven; to be disentangled; to be relieved of intricacy.
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2. To fall into perplexity and confusion. [Obs.]
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Till, by their own perplexities involved,
They ravel more, still less resolved.
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3. To make investigation or search, as by picking out the threads of a woven pattern. [Obs.]
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The humor of raveling into all these mystical or entangled matters.
Sir W. Temple.
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