Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Words related to mullion

a nonstructural vertical strip between the casements or panes of a window (or the panels of a screen)

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
Our final destination was Mullion Holiday Park, a Parkdean Resorts site that had brilliant facilities and was just a couple of miles from the glorious Lizard coastline.
Situated above the small and picturesque harbour of Mullion Cove, lodges include an outdoor deck.
A week's rental starting October 18 or 25 of Lower Redenek - a detached four bedroom, four bathroom (three en suite) house sleeping eight situated just 100 metres from the centre of Mullion village - with Cornish Cottages will cost PS545.
The coastguard scrambled a helicopter to Mullion Cove, Cornwall, but Mr McCabe was pronounced dead at Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro.
The curtain wall for Manitoba Hydro Place in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, features Starphire ultra-clear glass in combination with Duranar XL and Duracron coatings on the mullions. Duranar XL coatings were used for exterior mullion finishes, and Duracron coatings were applied on all non-anodized interior mullions.
This area inside the case is called a mullion. The mullions can be seen below in Fig.
While column cover and spandrel systems are similar to unit and mullion systems, they differ in that the building frame is emphasized with column covers, which act as sticks.
Double doors lead into a magnificent dining room with a grand marble fireplace, stone mullion window and carved oak doors to a rear hall and a breakfast kitchen, with two pretty stained glass windows.
The man and woman, thought to be from the Wolverhampton area, were walking along the pier at Mullion Cove when they were swept out to sea in gale force winds on Sunday.
This was followed by Ebisu Garden Place (29.2%); Takashimaya Times Square in Sbinjuku (26.1); Palette Town at Odaiba (25.8); Sunshine City at Ikebukuro (23.4); Decks Tokyo Beach at Odaiba (19.7); the Yurakucho Mullion (19.7); Caletta Shiodome near Shimbashi (15.3) and Shibuya 109 (14.8).
The instrument, Scripps-NISTAR (NIST Advanced Radiometer), was developed to fly as part of the NASA Triana mission, which will view Earth from an L1 orbit (the Lagrange libration, or neutral gravity point between the Earth and the Sun)--about 1.5 mullion kiolometers from Earth.
Dayton Extruded Products, an Alcoa company in Springboro, Ohio, used CAD to come up with a new structural mullion system for all-vinyl windows.
The Old Falcon forms a large wing of the building which is on the corner of Church Street and High Street It has a wealth of period features including a Blue Lias stone exterior, leaded windows with handmade glass, exposed beams and roof timbers, original elm doors, fireplaces and stone mullion windows Stone steps lead up from the high street to the front door which opens into an entrance lobby and reception hall with a wide staircase up to the first floor landing.
Set in the heart of Noctorum, this spacious house has a wealth of charm, with features including beamed ceilings, mullion windows, a butler's pantry with original wooden units and six generous bedrooms.