mullioned


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mullion
mullioned windows

mul·lion

 (mŭl′yən)
n.
A vertical member, as of stone or wood, dividing a window or other opening.

[Alteration of Middle English moniel, from Anglo-Norman moynel, perhaps from moienel, middle, from moien, from Latin mediānus, from medius; see medhyo- in Indo-European roots.]

mul′lioned (mŭl′yənd) adj.

mullioned

(ˈmʌlɪən)
adj
(Architecture) having mullions
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.mullioned - of windows; divided by vertical bars or piers usually of stone; "mullioned windows"
divided - separated into parts or pieces; "opinions are divided"
Translations

mullioned

[ˈmʌlɪənd] ADJ [window] → dividido con parteluz

mullioned

adj windowlängs unterteilt
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The light from the long, wide, mullioned window opposite shone in upon his nook, and, assisted by a secondary light of cold blue quality which shone down the chimney, enabled him to read there easily whenever disposed to do so.
A dull light shone through heavy mullioned windows, and from the high chimneys which rose from the steep, high-angled roof there sprang a single black column of smoke.
They admired everything--the old grey porch, the mullioned windows, the venerable gravestones dotting the green churchyard, the ancient tower, the very weathercock; the brown thatched roofs of cottage, barn, and homestead, peeping from among the trees; the stream that rippled by the distant water-mill; the blue Welsh mountains far away.
The new part, containing the schoolroom and dormitory, was lit by mullioned and latticed windows, which gave it a church-like aspect; a stone tablet over the door bore this inscription:-
The room is a large and lofty one, with an ample mullioned oriel window at one end; the walls, you see, are new, and not yet painted; but the furniture, though originally of an expensive sort, is old and scanty, and there is no drapery about the window.
Something of his birth place seemed to cling to the man, and I never looked at his pale, keen face or the poise of his head without associating him with gray archways and mullioned windows and all the venerable wreckage of a feudal keep.
"Exquisite!" cried her ladyship, surveying the old mullioned windows of the house, with their framing of creepers, and the grand stone buttresses projecting at intervals from the wall, each with its bright little circle of flowers blooming round the base.