A large piece of woollen or similar material used as a covering on a bed or elsewhere for warmth
the bed had a red blanket on it
An extensive flat peat bog formed in cool regions of high rainfall or humidity
A person who spoils other people’s fun by failing to join in with or by disapproving of their activities
Scottish the banner of the craftsmen of Edinburgh.
A piece of thick fabric used to ensure even pressure in a printing press.
A blanket decorated with a rose motif.
An all-over wash given to a person confined to bed
A coat made from a blanket or from blanket-like material
A soldier’s blanket and kit made into a roll for use on active service
A common green freshwater alga which forms long unbranched filaments, sometimes becoming a problem in over-enriched water and garden ponds
A sheet of flexible material, typically woven fibreglass, used to smother a fire in an emergency
A type of Hudson’s Bay blanket with distinctive markings or points woven in to indicate weight
A light metal-coated sheet designed to retain heat, originally developed for use in space travel
An improvised covering for a bed, typically consisting of sacking
A blanket made by or for North American Indians, and often used as a cloak; (now also) a blanket made in imitation of this.
A protective blanket or sheet which receives excess ink and thus prevents wet images passing from one newly-printed sheet to another; a set-off sheet.
A blanket for wrapping around a baby, held in place by pins.
= point blanket.
A blanket worn while horse riding.
A small blanket, typically of wool, made to be folded and inserted under a saddle.
A very close finish in a race
A buttonhole stitch used on the edges of a blanket or other material too thick to be hemmed
Another term for security blanket111.
A thick blanket, such as used to be distributed to north-western American Indians by the U.S. government.
= offset blanket.
A soft blanket in which to wrap a baby.
The plant lamb's ears, Stachys byzantina (formerly called S. lanata).
An electrically wired blanket used for heating a bed
A familiar blanket or other piece of soft fabric held by a young child as a source of comfort
Oysters served wrapped in strips of bacon. Usually in plural Compare angels on horseback.
A durable woollen blanket, typically with a coloured border
(Of a Xhosa) coming from a traditional tribal culture