Definition of thatcher in English:

thatcher

noun

  • See thatch

    • ‘It all began when she met another thatcher in Limerick in the early 1990s when she began to help him with his work.’
    • ‘Across Yorkshire as a whole, 155 additional construction workers are needed with the necessary skills to maintain historic buildings - 48 carpenters, 45 slate and tile roofers, 36 stonemasons and 26 thatchers.’
    • ‘Stephen is a thatcher by trade and is busy maintaining an ancient art which was handed down over the generations.’
    • ‘They supplied their own thatch from barley grown on the island and the thatcher would stay on the island till the job was done.’
    • ‘Demonstrations by rural craftsmen will feature the work of the thatcher, stone mason, wheelwright, blacksmith, bodger, cooper, cane and rush weaver and stick maker.’
    • ‘He was a thatcher and thatched roofs in the white suburbs of Johannesburg.’

Pronunciation

thatcher

/ˈθatʃə/