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Synonyms for blanket

Synonyms for blanket

to extend over the surface of

Synonyms for blanket

anything that covers

a layer of lead surrounding the highly reactive core of a nuclear reactor

cover as if with a blanket

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form a blanket-like cover (over)

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Founded in 2009, Bonnet Blankies wants to bring comfort and joy to children throughout the world by offering high-quality, highly-functional products.
Holdridge was discovered two years ago by CNBC's Donny Deutsch, when he presented the concept of Happy Blankie on Deutsch's coveted entrepreneurial show, "The Big Idea.
CONTACT: Erin Hughes, Marketing Manager of Fill In The Blankie, 888-583-2941, or erin@sonyabebeblankee.
When little children get into a fearful situation, they might retreat to their blankie or their bear-bear because that's where they feel comfortable.
ore than 160,000 people had signed up for the hoax statuses that included, "Lost my special blankie.
My inherent good manners kicks in and I wave away the worrying image of the Chancellor carrying a blankie as I try to formulate an answer that is at least semi-intelligible.
At tonight's Twins-Angels game in Anaheim, each fan was given a red complimentary Hideki Matsui Blankie, or as many of you call it, a snuggie.
If you don't know the R-value but the tank's warm to the touch, it needs a blankie.
Lemon Loves Lime, Haven Girl, Lipstick, Mis-Tee-Vous, Swankie Blankie, Potato Saks, My Vintage Baby, Hartstrings, E-Land, and Baily Boys are just to name few of the lines offered.
Similarly, a pilot test of Elmo in Grouchland, which began with an evil person stealing Elmo's blankie, so distressed children that many wept openly in the theater.
Despite all my anxiety, I threw caution to the wind, packed up a weekend supply of juice boxes, diapers, a blankie, a couple stuffed animals, passports, money, camera, sandwiches, some more diapers, and a change of clothes.
I ran back inside and grabbed Montana's blankie, just in case we found her,' says Anita, who originally thought she was going to the police station, but was then taken to the Royal Children's Hospital.
Some people don't want to be team players - they want to take their blankie and go home.