Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of thatch.

Etymologies

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thatch +‎ -t

Examples

  • Sir, You have Angled me on with much pleasure to the thatcht House, and I now find your words true,

    The Compleat Angler

  • Sir, I thought we had wanted three miles of the thatcht

    The Compleat Angler

  • The Plantations helde at his Lordships departure were only James Towne and Pointe Comforte, where was a small Fort fenced with Pallisadoes, in it one slight howse, a store and some few thatcht cabbins, which shortly after by casualtie was burnt with fire; some few great ordinance were slenderlye mounted at James Towne and Pointe Comfort.

    Colonial Records of Virginia

  • Kicoughtun, encompassed with small younge trees, haveinge for housing in the one, two formerlie built by the Indians & covered with bark by them, in the other a tent with some few thatcht cabbins which our people built at our comming thether.

    Colonial Records of Virginia

  • [15] Manner of the houses ofDarien. them, thatcht with Palmito Royal, but far more neater than ours at Jamaica.

    Bucaniers of America:

  • Sir, You have Angled me on with much pleasure to the _thatcht

    The Complete Angler 1653

  • Sir, I know the _thatcht house_ very well: I often make it my resting place, and taste a cup of Ale there, for which liquor that place is very remarkable; and to that house I shall by your favour accompany you, and either abate of my pace, or mend it, to enjoy such a companion as you seem to be, knowing that (as the Italians say) _Good company makes the way seem shorter_.

    The Complete Angler 1653

  • I drink; but before I break my fast: for I have appointed a friend or two to meet me there at the thatcht house, about nine of the clock this morning; and that made me so early up, and indeed, to walk so fast.

    The Complete Angler 1653

  • House_, and I now find your words true, _That good company makes the way seem short_; for, trust me, Sir, I thought we had wanted three miles of the _thatcht House_, till you shewed it me: but now we are at it, we'l turn into it, and refresh our selves with a cup of Ale and a little rest.

    The Complete Angler 1653

  • Or fhi'oud within thefe limits, I Ihall know Ere morrow wake, or the low-roofted lark From her thatcht pallat roufe j if otherwife,

    The Works of the English Poets

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