Quilt (noun)

  1. A warm bed covering made of two layers of fabric with a layer of padding, such as down or wool, in between, and stitched together in a decorative pattern.
  2. A decorative cover for a piece of furniture.

Origin:

From the old english cwilt, of germanic origin meaning "something rolled up".

Examples:

  1. She made a quilt for her daughter's bed.
  2. The quilt was made of various scraps of fabric.
  3. He put a quilt on the couch to protect it from wear.
  4. The quilt was passed down from her grandmother.
  5. The quilt had a intricate pattern on it.
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