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Noun: ravel  ra-vul
  1. A row of unravelled stitches
    - run, ladder
Verb: ravel (ravelled,ravelling, or [US] raveled,raveling)  ra-vul
  1. Disentangle
    "can you ravel the mystery?";
    - unravel, ravel out
     
  2. Make more complicated or confused
    - tangle, knot
Noun: Ravel  ru'vel
  1. French composer and exponent of Impressionism (1875-1937)
    - Maurice Ravel

Derived forms: raveled, ravels, ravelling, ravelled

Type of: composer, damage, disentangle, enlace, entwine, harm, impairment, interlace, intertwine, lace, straighten out, twine, unsnarl

Antonym: unravel

Encyclopedia: Ravel, Puy-de-Dome