blanket collocations and examples

 UK /ˈblæŋkɪt/

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affecting or aimed at everyone or everything

Nouns frequently used with blanket
when something is not allowed: ban, prohibition, refusal, restrictionA blanket ban would be impossible to police.when something is criticized or denied: condemnation, denialHe issued a blanket denial of all the amnesty, exclusion, exemption, immunity, protectionGranting law-enforcement a blanket exemption from charges of terrorism would go too far.permission: approval, permissionThey benefit from a blanket planning permission granted by government.plan: approach, policyWe should not rely on a blanket policy.information: coverage, statementRare events such as plane crashes or murders receive blanket coverage in the press.
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