Synonyms of 'sheet'
a large rectangular piece of cloth used as an inner bed coverthe luxury of silk sheets
They carried food, bedding and clothing with them.
a thin piece of material such as paper or glass, usually rectangularI was able to fit it all on one sheet.
a thin piece of material such as paper or glass, usually rectangulara cracked sheet of glass
a broad continuous surface or layera sheet of ice
The front door needs a new coat of paint.
The sea is coated with a film of sewage.
A fresh layer of snow covered the street.
the mucous membrane
The road surface had started breaking up.
The rock strata show that the region was intensely dry 15,000 years ago.
bath panels fitted with a mahogany veneer
Silver overlay is bonded to the entire surface.
a broad continuous surface or layerSheets of rain slanted across the road.
a vast expanse of grassland
Although large in area, the flat did not have many rooms.
It's a very dangerous stretch of road.
the whole sweep of German social and political history
Sawdust was used as a hygienic floor covering.
The mud disappeared under a blanket of snow.
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in the sense of area
range or scopeAlthough large in area, the flat did not have many rooms.
in the sense of blanket
a concealing cover, as of smoke, leaves, or snowThe mud disappeared under a blanket of snow.
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