A thin member that divides a window or that separates one window from another. Usually mullions are vertical, but they can also be horizontal, diagonal, and curved. Also see architecture, came, fenestration, frame, glass, lunette, and molding.

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  • mullion — UK [ˈmʌljən] / US noun [countable] Word forms mullion : singular mullion plural mullions a piece of metal, wood, or stone used for separating the pieces of glass in a window Derived word: mullioned adjective …   English dictionary

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