from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A quilt, usually with a washable cover, that may be used in place of a bedspread and top sheet.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A thick, padded quilt used instead of blankets.
- n. A cover for a quilt or comforter.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A quilt or comfortable stuffed with swans' down or eider-down.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a soft quilt usually filled with the down of the eider
Sharing the duvet is a fair price to pay for having someone around to look after, who looks after you, too.
A thin duvet of the same pattern rested at the foot of the bed and the pillows at the top were in a darker but similar shade of blue.
Still, I've never seen a comforter itself called a duvet or down in English in Russian there is a word пуховик, meaning just that
Maybe, you know, it’s what we call a duvet ad that covers the whole thing.
It’s in a nice, warm spot, and the duvet is soft and comfortable.
And then I find myself burrowing under what the English would call a duvet and the Americans would call a comforter.
Fitted sheets, top sheets, pillowcases, and something called a duvet.
I just love bedding, especially when the pillowcases aren't the same pattern as the top or bottom sheets and the duvet is a completely different, yet coordinating, fabric altogether.
Our duvet is a beautiful lighter gray - and I want to keep it in the black / gray / white family.
I mean Amber did tell her BF that they had a special toilet just for men to wash their members in called a duvet … you can't make this sh*t up.