[ US /ˈbɫæŋkətɪd/ ]
[ UK /blˈæŋkɪtɪd/ ]
  1. covered with (or as if with) a blanket
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How To Use blanketed In A Sentence

  • More than a foot of snow blanketed parts of Michigan.
  • A blinding coat of white blanketed the thick shrubbery that defined my garden.
  • Some of these low-lying areas, with waterlogged deposits blanketed by alluvium, have provided good evidence for Roman farming.
  • He could only stand and watch as all three Genos were blanketed in heavy gun fire.
  • The only distinguishing feature was a silver doorknob, blanketed with a thick layer of dust.
  • The Great London Smog blanketed the capital and brought it to a standstill in December 1952.
  • Barack Obama is "arrogant," "dishonest," and "radical," Fox News 'Sean Hannity announced during a single 10-second chunk of prime-time TV last week -- a casually hateful appraisal that didn't even raise eyebrows, simply because that kind of blanketed disdain for the new president has already become so commonplace. Eric Boehlert: Unhinged in 30 Days: The Right-Wing Media's Obama Era Implosion
  • The walls were coated with cobwebs and blanketed with old tapestries.
  • Your mainsail changes color if you are being blanketed or backwinded by a competitor.
  • Between 30 and 40 million years ago, eruptions from a cluster of stratovolcanoes blanketed the area with ash beds and volcanic mud flows, reaching a maximum thickness of 3,000 feet.
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