blanket with

blanket someone or something with something

Fig. to cover someone or something with something. They blanketed the flames with a layer of foam. The children blanketed Jimmy with leaves and pretended he was lost.
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He lifted the edge of the blanket with his nose and crawled across the shoulder until he was altogether inside.
As an afterthought, he fastened the blanket with a piece of rope yarn, so that Jerry was as if tied in a sack.
I was only alive to the condensed confidential comfortableness of sharing a pipe and a blanket with a real friend.
Snuggie(TM), The Blanket with Sleeves and The Blanket Coats with Sleeves are trademarks of Allstar Products Group, LLC.
Yale said she felt the gifts were special because ``Mom always had a quilt or blanket with her.
When making a blanket with saved-list cloth (saw-tooth white selvage edge), method 3 could be used to create a blanket with three stripes down the middle, instead of one.
It offers blankets in both its regular Polarfleece line and its Dakotah Luxe line, a Polarfleece microfiber blanket with a cashmere-like hand, and lighter weight.
A mint-condition vintage Pendleton blanket with a legible label and no moth holes generally fetches $250 to $750.
Or the smile on a soldiers face when he receives a blanket with his entire family pictured on it?
Sunbeam's new Blanket With a Brain might solve the tug-of-war over the temperature controls.
The Blanket With a Brain is available at most major retailers.
For the mass market, the mill offers North Star, a 45 by 60 inch acrylic blanket with saddle stitching, sold in a belly-band wrap.
12, 1997--Sunbeam Corporation (NYSE:SOC), a leading international consumer products company based in Delray Beach, Florida, announced today the launch of its innovative Blanket With A Brain(R) electric warming blanket in Japan.
With the launch of our Blanket With A Brain(R) in Japan, we are confident that Sunbeam will achieve dramatic growth in the market place.