duvet

[doo-vey, dyoo-]
noun
a usually down-filled quilt, often with a removable cover; comforter.

Origin:
1750–60; < French: down (plumage), Middle French, alteration of dumet, derivative of Old French dumOld Norse dūnn down2

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duvet (ˈduːveɪ)
 
n
1.  another name for continental quilt
2.  Also called: duvet jacket a down-filled jacket used esp by mountaineers
 
[C18: from French, from earlier dumet, from Old French dumdown²]

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Splatter yolk or syrup on it, and the whole duvet cover must go into the
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