[ UK /mjˌuːtɪnˈi‍ə/ ]
[ US /ˌmjutəˈnɪɹ/ ]
  1. someone who is openly rebellious and refuses to obey authorities (especially seamen or soldiers)
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How To Use mutineer In A Sentence

  • No one has ever carried out a systematic survey or excavation on the wreck site or indeed the mutineer settlement.
  • In 1991 Dea Birkett spent four months living among the 38 residents of Pitcairn Island, where Fletcher Christian and other mutineers settled after casting Captain William Bligh adrift from the Bounty in 1789. 2007 May 07 « One-Minute Book Reviews
  • The Third Republic demarcated the boundaries of the mutineers' political imagination.
  • The air force general leading the mutineers refused to give up control of the base even as the seige of Makati ended.
  • In any case, the insurrection ended with negotiations and, without a shot being fired, the mutineers returned to their barracks with their weapons and explosives.
  • Says he is a 'scrutineer' not a mutineer. The Sun
  • The Nore mutineers even blockaded the mouth of the Thames.
  • During the Indian Mutiny of 1857 he sided with the mutineers in Delhi, and for this crime he was tried by the British and exiled to Rangoon, where he died.
  • As with Mutineer once, he had dropped his bridle, but there was no use in uttering, as he had, then, the trisyllable which had reduced the horse to order. The Honorable Peter Stirling and What People Thought of Him
  • A ceasefire is signed four weeks after mutineers and exsoldiers staged an uprising.
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