from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A mullion.
  • noun In ship-building:
  • noun A piece of carved work placed between the lights in a ship's stern and quarter-galleries.
  • noun A piece placed vertically to divide the panels in framed bulkheads.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun See mullion.

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  • noun Alternative form of mullion.


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  • There is fuch an utter inconfiftency and oppo* fition betwixt good and bad, that there cannot be any communion or harmony betwixt them: For what com - munnion hath light with darknefs? % Cor,

    Sermons preach'd upon several occasions 1701


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  • Any of the (usually vertical) bars dividing the lights in a window, esp. in Gothic architecture; mullion.

    August 3, 2008