Blanket - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- anything that covers (syn: mantle)
- a layer of lead surrounding the highly reactive core of a nuclear reactor
- form a blanket-like cover (over)
It's going to get cold tonight so you may need extra blankets.
...a blanket of fog concealed the view of the harbor...
Ice was blanketing the bay.
The fields were blanketed with flowers.
a blanket amnesty for all illegal aliens
a blanket ban on use of the chemical
The hillside was blanketed with flowers.
The whole garden was blanketed in leaves.
The rooftops were blanketed in snow.
The hills were covered with a blanket of snow.
there was a blanket of snow
The blanket by the fireplace is the dog's bed.
She pulled the blanket over her head.
The child is always dragging his blanket.
The blanket is covered with diagonal stripes.
present participle: blanketing
past tense: blanketed
past participle: blanketed