verb (used with object)
Origin of mullion
Related formsun·mul·lioned, adjective
Examples from the Web for mullions
There is a play of line in the mullions, which, considering their size and strength, may be pronounced quite a masterpiece of art.
In this she sat, with her head against one of the mullions, and eyed the country-side as far as she could see.A Terrible Temptation|Charles Reade
He repeated the last four words more than a dozen times, rocking himself to and fro by his hold on the mullions.A Gentleman of France|Stanley Weyman
The day light of the window is twenty-four feet by sixteen, divided by four mullions.
In the windows the mullions are continued through the head of the window.The Children of Westminster Abbey|Rose G. Kingsley