Definition of muntined in US English:

muntined

adjective

US
  • See muntin

    • ‘A two-tiered, pedimented veranda on the center front features a plain balustrade and four wooden pillars on both levels with a diamond muntined window in the pediment.’
    • ‘The muntined windows and doors also suit the new cottagey exterior.’
    • ‘The architectural features of the new office buildings are drawn from the historic manor house, including muntined windows, stucco and other period details.’
    • ‘The original Greek Revival appearance is retained in general by the muntined window sash, regular fenestration, and rusticated brownstone basement.’
    • ‘Gables, rafter tails, three sturdy pillars and muntined windows all combine to give this home the warm feeling of the American Arts and Crafts movement.’

Pronunciation

muntined

/ˈməntnd/