A personal possession that gives a sense of safety; security blanket: I like my stick closer to me; it's my blue blanket (1970s+)
During parts of the interview, which was conducted at Southwark police station, Adebolajo covered his face with a blue blanket.
The dead hunter is wrapped in the most beautifully painted buffalo robe, or in the newest red and blue blanket.
He lies on the bottom of a galvanized-iron case, with a piece of blue blanket for a pillow.
A chief, wrapped in a blue blanket, stepped out into the circle swinging the carcass of a white dog by the hind-legs.
You can have a blue blanket or a red one, and a straw pillow or an air cushion for your head, whichever you like.
One of these Indians had a sailor's jacket, and others had a blue blanket and a scarlet blanket.
There was no coffin; the long, majestic figure of humanity was only folded close in a winding-sheet and his own blue blanket.
It was drizzling rain and his shoulders were protected by a blue blanket thrown across them.
Did John say it was a blue blanket, Harris, or did your own imagination supply the color?