Origin of thatch
OTHER WORDS FROM thatchthatchless, adjectivethatchy, adjectivere·thatch, verb (used with object)
Other definitions for thatch (2 of 2)
How to use thatch in a sentence
They dug their hands into thatches of reedy grass on a sunny hillside on the South Island of New Zealand, turning over the earth, peering at what lived below.Allbirds is stepping up for the planet—by treading lightly on it|sheilamarikar|September 21, 2020|Fortune
Treacherous thatched-roof-haired drag-queen Linda Tripp, with those dress-for-success shoulder pads?
Its progress was aided no end by this terrifying (but only in retrospect) fact: the classrooms had thatched roofs.
Following the Kumbakonam deaths, the Tamil Nadu government banned thatched roofs, and the schools were now building concrete ones.
We did look alike, with our nearly identical short, thatched, and blond-streaked hair, our high cheekbones and strong chins.Geraldine Ferraro Dies: Memories of Her 1984 Campaign|Lynn Sherr|March 26, 2011|DAILY BEAST
The grand structures are made of thatched grass and local lava stones.
Nothing is there except the rectory, the church just across the way, the grange, and half a dozen thatched cottages.
The thatched roof farmhouse where he was born is still standing on the outskirts of the village.
The town is made up largely of cottages with thatched roofs, surrounded by the bright English flower gardens.
"There is my home," she said, pointing to a small brown thatched cottage under a hill not far away.
Imagine a hole in the ground thatched over with mud and broken planks.Letters of Lt.-Col. George Brenton Laurie|George Brenton Laurie
British Dictionary definitions for thatch
- Also called: thatching a roofing material that consists of straw, reed, etc
- a roof made of such a material