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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishblanketblan‧ket1 /ˈblæŋkɪt/ ●●○ noun  1 DHH[countable] a cover for a bed, usually made of woolduvet2 [singular]COVER a thick covering or area of somethingblanket of The hills were covered with a blanket of snow.blanket of fog/cloud3 [singular] something that makes it hard for you to find information or the truth about something syn cloakblanket of The trial was held under a blanket of secrecy. electric blanket at electric(1), wet blanket, security blanket
Examples from the Corpus
blanketToo many trucks have been stolen; clothes, blankets, medicines looted.They spent their long winters under a deep blanket of snow, singing and creating ghost stories.And we've no hot water bottles or extra blankets on board.It was a deep narrow trail in the grey blanket.He walked over and pulled the blanket off the body.blanket ofThe valley was covered with a blanket of mist.