paneled door

paneled door

A door having a framework of stiles, rails, and muntins which form one or more frames around thinner recessed panels.
See also: Dutch door
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panel door

A door having stiles, rails, and sometimes mutins which form one or more frames around (thinner) recessed panels. (See illustration p. 700.)
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