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duvetdu‧vet /ˈduːveɪ, ˈdjuː- $ duːˈveɪ/ ●●○ noun [countable] especially British English  DHa large cloth bag filled with feathers or similar material that you use to cover yourself in bed syn comforter American English
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duvetJosie disappeared for a couple of minutes and then reappeared with some pillows and a duvet.To further pleas from Toby not to touch him I raced upstairs, grabbed a duvet and put it round him.Boardman is shown wearing a duvet with the logo in one of the expedition photographs.Can you imagine the luxury of a cashmere duvet cover?Natural filled duvets are more expensive and those filled with duck down, are considered the ultimate in luxury duvets.She still had her clothes on but was covered by a grey duvet.You can purchase two kinds of duvet, polyester filled or natural.Lightweight and fluffy, the duvet is ideal for summer use.
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