Definition of Muntins
1. Noun. (plural of muntin) ¹
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Definition of Muntins
1. muntin [n] - See also: muntin
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Literary usage of Muntins
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Cyclopedia of Architecture, Carpentry, and Building: A General Reference by American Technical Society (1917)
"The muntins support the sheets of glass at the sides, as shown in Fig. ... In a skylight sash there should be muntins running lengthwise of the sash only, ..."
2. ...Elements of Woodwork by Charles Albert King (1911)
"After the faces of the stiles, rails, and muntins have been planed and scraped, they should be sandpapered in the order named, working with the sandpaper ..."
3. Lumber Manufacture in the Douglas Fir Region by Howard B. Oakleaf (1920)
"1 muntins, 5 inches wide and from 3 ft. 6 in. to 4 ft. in length. ... 1 Shop Common, but only two muntins of the sizes mentioned above shall be considered ..."
4. Handbook of Building Construction: Data for Architects, Designing and by George Albert Hool, Nathan Clarke Johnson (1920)
"To avoid this possible distortion a large mirror is sometimes used with false muntins on the face. If broken, however, this type of construction is very ..."
5. The American House-carpenter: A Treatise on the Art of Building, and by Robert Griffith Hatfield (1874)
"Where doors have but two panels in width, let the stiles and muntins be each 4 of the width; or, .whatever number of panels there may be, let the united ..."
6. The American House Carpenter: A Treatise on the Art of Building : Comprising by Robert Griffith Hatfield, O. P. Hatfield (1895)
"Where doors have but two panels in width, let the stiles and muntins be each \ of the width ; or, whatever number of panels there may be, let the united ..."
7. The Honest House: Presenting Examples of the Usual Problems which Face the by Ruby Ross Goodnow, Rayne Adams (1914)
"In ordinary house design a window with wooden muntins has panes eight by ten inches. As a rule a rectangular pane is more attractive than a square one, ..."