from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Gray; grayish or light-blue.
  • n. A kind of cloth; apparently the same as blanket, 1.


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  • The situation described in the article is correct - but was not always the case - however blunket drove down the amount of legal aid, the amount of funding for medical evidence etc to the point where only the Refugee Legal Centre were operating as far aI know they are now defunct.

    The Guardian World News

  • Is that a placket, a blunket for the, for…for the one in your mother’s belly?


  • A little bird has just told me [he whispered it] that Brown is also going to bring back " Peter [witchcraft] Mandleson" and "david [the blind shagger]blunket.

    Brown to Bring Kinnock into the Cabinet


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