There is a second arch within, which is really divided by a mullion or small pillar.
I discovered, too, that Tamsin had ridden from Kynance to mullion on horseback.
It seems he has come specially from mullion in Cornwall to be present this afternoon.
In the tracery beneath, at the head of the mullion, was a statue.
She had been once to Cornwall, to mullion and it had been just like that!
They are square-headed, and divided by a mullion and transom.
The upper part is arched, and down the centre of the arch runs a mullion.
And the carrells was no greater then from one stanchell (mullion) of the windowe to another.
Don't you think you ought to have lived on in mullion House?
On the cliffs by mullion and above Poldhu (black pool) is the earliest of the permanent wireless stations in England.
"vertical column between the lights of a window," 1560s, metathesis of Middle English moyniel (early 14c.), from Anglo-French moinel, noun use of moienel (adj.) "middle," from Old French meien "intermediate, mean" (see mean (adj.)). Related: Mullioned.
An unattractive person: Either you're a mullion, a dog
[1970s+ Baseball; origin unknown]