[ blang-ki-ting ]SEE DEFINITION OF blanketing
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He was blanketing his horse, and Isabel had flown into the sitting-room.

When we find Craven, we'll find the contraption that's blanketing Jupiter and its moons.

And there was a mound of blanketing above the actual place where the grenade might be.

He was afraid of the blanketing, saturating weight of the stillness.

The result is not a woven cloth, but a sort of felt, a blanketing.

This also accounted for the blanketing of radio waves in their vicinity.

Jasper Penny stood with Susan gazing into the blanketing gloom.

The air, kept at almost constant temperature by the blanketing effect of the hot springs, was stagnant and heavy.

Blanketing: A slang term, used when one vessel covers or becalms another with her sails.

A light rain had fallen during the night and a heavy, obliterating fog arose from the wet earth, blanketing hill and valley alike.