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Definition of "thatched" []

  • Covered with a roofing material that consists of straw, reed, etc (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of thatch. (verb)

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Use "thatched" in a sentence
  • "(iii) People living in thatched houses losing their homes and possessions"
  • "Bungalow, for instance, is from the Hindi word banglā, meaning “of Bengal,” and referring to a thatched one-story house built in the Bengali style."
  • "Gavin was born in Harvie, but left it at such an early age that he could only recall thatched houses with nets drying on the roofs, and a sandy shore in which coarse grass grew."