Third-person singular simple present indicative form of thatch.(verb)
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Use "thatches" in a sentence
"Thick impenetrable thatches and fallen trees and briars."
"When we came, past the hoiau "(temple)," to where the Great Kamehameha used to haul out his brigs and schooners, I saw, under the canoe-sheds, that the mat-thatches of Kahekili's great double canoe had been taken off, and that even then, at low tide, many men were launching it down across the sand into the water."
"And there's clearly no shortage of bike co-op members willing to expose their pubic thatches, either."