I pulled my duvet up to my chin and felt the mattress shaping to my body.
One look resembled a duvet cover thrown around the shoulders like a long cape.
The Dior dress Lawrence donned at the Globes bears a strong resemblance to a duvet cover accented with black tape.
A tube of lubricant also flew into the stalls as a duvet was swiftly scooped up.
But they believed, too, that Knox and Sollecito took pity on her later by covering her with a duvet.
The only covering consisted of a single blanket, and the duvet or down pillow, always found upon the foot of continental beds.
But she improved it: "You must have it after you're in bed, and you must have my duvet."
He put his face down in her duvet and smelled the cotton covers and her nighttime sweat, like a spice, like cinnamon.
After a while he lowered himself on to the bed, and lay between Miss Showers and myself on the outside of the duvet.
1758, from French duvet "down," earlier dumet, diminutive of dum "down."