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Then, in the dining-room, those same eyes rested on the coffered ceiling and the portraits and the wide mullioned lattice.
MUSHROOM TOWNOLIVER ONIONS
The north and south aisles had formerly mullioned windows, which are now walled up.
MILTON'S ENGLANDLUCIA AMES MEAD
On the landing of the staircase stood a boy of eleven or twelve years of age, looking sadly out of the mullioned window.
THE COURT JESTERCORNELIA BAKER
A well of moonlight was revealed—a broad, padded seat in front of a tall mullioned window.
It had a minstrels' gallery, a big hall and a little hall, mullioned windows and all the rest of it.
THE GAY COCKADETEMPLE BAILEY
The windows on the upper story were, like the entrance, Moorish; but the principal ones below were square bays, mullioned.
CASHEL BYRON'S PROFESSIONGEORGE BERNARD SHAW
The intermediate panelling is emblazoned with the arms of the Mores, which also enrich the glazing of the mullioned windows.
Di looked away through the mullioned window out across the river and its gliding shimmer to the lights beyond.
Even the stately Elizabethan Hall with its high stone chimneys and mullioned bay windows looked drowsy and half asleep.
A BOOK OF QUAKER SAINTSLUCY VIOLET HODGKIN
The granary was a large building of grey stone lighted only by two mullioned windows high up in the walls.
A BOOK OF QUAKER SAINTSLUCY VIOLET HODGKIN

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