Definition of Blanketlike

1. Adjective. Resembling a blanket or some aspect of one. ¹



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Definition of Blanketlike

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blanketlike

blanket liens
blanket loan
blanket loans
blanket parties
blanket party
blanket stitch
blanket suture
blanket term
blanket terms
blanketed
blanketflower
blanketflowers
blanketing
blanketings
blanketless
blanketlike (current term)
blanketly
blankets
blanketweed
blankety
blankie
blankies
blanking
blankings
blankity
blankly
blankness
blanknesses
blanks
blanky

Literary usage of Blanketlike

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1. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Soils, United States Bureau of Chemistry, United States (1910)
"... where it is well developed the loess shows no dependence upon the underlying topography, but covers hill and valley alike in a blanketlike layer, which, ..."

2. Bulletin by Geological Survey (U.S.) (1907)
"The Blossom deposit is, so far as known, unique in the Searchlight district, although it is generally similar to some of the blanketlike lodes of Eldorado ..."

3. The Movement of Soil Material by the Wind by Edward Elway Free, Stephen Conrad Stuntz (1911)
"... where it is well developed the loess shows no dependence upon the underlying topography, but covers hill and valley alike in a blanketlike layer, which, ..."

4. The Magic Forest: A Modern Fairy Story by Stewart Edward White (1903)
"Makwa picked out a little deerskin shirt, a pair of blue leggings made of stroud, two squares of blanketlike material called duffel, ..."

5. Georges Lewys' The "charmed American": (François, L'Américain) A Story of by Gladys Adelina Lewis (1919)
"At Villers les Nancy a frightful storm impedes progress, the snow whirling on long terrifying blasts of wind, blanketlike, over the soil, racing up frenzied ..."

6. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Soils, United States Bureau of Chemistry, United States (1910)
"... where it is well developed the loess shows no dependence upon the underlying topography, but covers hill and valley alike in a blanketlike layer, which, ..."

7. Bulletin by Geological Survey (U.S.) (1907)
"The Blossom deposit is, so far as known, unique in the Searchlight district, although it is generally similar to some of the blanketlike lodes of Eldorado ..."

8. The Movement of Soil Material by the Wind by Edward Elway Free, Stephen Conrad Stuntz (1911)
"... where it is well developed the loess shows no dependence upon the underlying topography, but covers hill and valley alike in a blanketlike layer, which, ..."

9. The Magic Forest: A Modern Fairy Story by Stewart Edward White (1903)
"Makwa picked out a little deerskin shirt, a pair of blue leggings made of stroud, two squares of blanketlike material called duffel, ..."

10. Georges Lewys' The "charmed American": (François, L'Américain) A Story of by Gladys Adelina Lewis (1919)
"At Villers les Nancy a frightful storm impedes progress, the snow whirling on long terrifying blasts of wind, blanketlike, over the soil, racing up frenzied ..."

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