One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Federal doorways may have been preferred because of the appeal of the delicately mullioned fanlights and sidelights that usually framed them.’
- ‘Behind creeper-clad walls, pointed gables, and mullioned windows is a world where the twentieth century is given house room only so far as it promises to ensure the comfort, ease and well-being of its guests.’
- ‘Here the windows are wooden, not stone as in original mullioned windows, and have been fitted with slate sills.’
- ‘A wooden house overlooking the lake: huge and rambling, with dark slate roof and turrets and scrollwork on the eaves and mullioned windows.’
- ‘You will notice the buttresses, the porch, the crenellations on the walls, and the four light mullioned windows.’
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