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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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The warm comfort of the blanket enveloped him and made a gentle languor.
This however, was abandoned; the Nez Perces being unwilling to destroy the robes and blankets, and other spoils of the enemy, which they felt sure would fall into their hands.
Where are the blankets and merchandise that bought the right of the Fire-eater?
As it was quite warm, Clayton had left the side curtains thrown back over the roof, and as they sat, like Turks, upon their blankets, Lady Alice, straining her eyes into the darkening shadows of the wood, suddenly reached out and grasped Clayton's arms.
He came at last to the pile of blankets spread upon several rugs close to one of the tent walls.
She swore a dozen times that she would not leave the Kincaid without her baby, and yet she remained clothed long past her usual hour for retiring, and her blankets were neatly rolled and bound with stout cord, when about midnight there came a stealthy scratching upon the panels of her door.
Bill had finished his pipe and was helping his companion to spread the bed of fur and blanket upon the spruce boughs which he had laid over the snow before supper.
Make her as comfortable as you can, and when she is in her little bed I'll come and say good-night," he added, when the bath was ready and the blankets browning nicely before the fire.
The two beds--mere shelves covered with blankets not overclean--faced each other from opposite sides of the room, the little square trapdoor that had given access to the Chinaman's grave being midway between.
I stowed a roll of blankets and some cold food into a borrowed whitehall boat and set sail.
He tore a long strip from one of his two blankets and bound the ankle tightly.
She, at least, was warm, for under her and over her were thick blankets.
She smiled to herself as she spread the blankets, with the tarpaulin underneath, for a table, having first removed all twigs from the sand.
Uncas, drop the blanket, and show the knaves its dark side.
For the height of this sort of deliciousness is to have nothing but the blanket between you and your snugness and the cold of the outer air.