They've mutinied, no less, and apparently they have got Perkins.
They were found to be two of the emigrants and one of the seamen who had mutinied.
When I went back into the drawing-room I found it was the police had mutinied.
The 55th Sepoys at Mardan had mutinied and taken to the hills.
In Lower Bengal the people were too unwarlike to aid the troops who mutinied.
The crew might have mutinied, and left her in the life-tubes.
He was from that day forward shunned by all in the ship, for even the men who had mutinied would not trust him.
The Fingal, or 118th regiment, mutinied at Birmingham, England.
The fighting begun by the mutinied soldiers now became general.
But when the crew learned whither they were bound, they rose in a body and mutinied.
1580s, from mutiny (n.). Alternative mutine is recorded from 1550s. Related: Mutinied; mutinying.