a chest, with or without drawers, having a rectangular space under a lifting lid or top, used for storing blankets, bedding, or clothing.
noun (athletics, horse racing) a finish so close that a blanket would cover all the contestants involved
a blanket or sleeping bag rolled into a cylindrical pack for easy carrying and outdoor use by hikers, soldiers, cowboys, etc., often with cooking utensils, food, and personal articles carried inside. a method of cheating at craps whereby the dice are thrown on a blanket, rug, or other soft surface so that they roll only […]
a newspaper of larger than average size, common in the mid 19th century.