One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The house is built of local sandstone with tall chimneys, pointed gables and mullioned and transomed windows.’
- ‘They were usually symmetrical, with large mullioned and transomed windows, and consisted of 3 storeys and an attic.’
- ‘Residents seem dwarfed by their improbably high-ceilinged apartments, with huge transomed windows and faded, chipping walls.’
- ‘Rear has former double chamfered mullioned and transomed windows with hoodmould over in cross-wing.’
- ‘The rear has double chamfered mullioned and transomed windows with plainer chamfered mullions.’
- ‘The first storey has six window range, stone mullioned and transomed windows with arched upper lights and rectangular hood moulds.’
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