The first stirrings of mutiny are heard—and Daphne tries to draw Walter into the plot.
Too late, Rupe.Romney campaign reporters refused to stay at the Comfort Suites and, well, staged a mutiny to get a better hotel.
He left, but many other mercenaries stayed, and two years later they were executed or expelled after a mutiny in Stanleyville.
He risked a mutiny, but nonetheless handed over six senior park officers to the courts for trafficking park resources.
Within three months, one of the original six councilors was charged with mutiny and executed.
Chips and Bungs volunteered to head a mutiny, and a round-robin was drawn up and signed.
In such pressing danger of famine and the dissolution of the army, mutiny appeared almost inevitable.
India was naturally our first subject, and the great and absorbing question of the mutiny.
News of the mutiny was at once sent to Lieutenant-Governor Paterson.
A second attempt at mutiny, made upon the following day, met with a reception equally novel.
1580s, from mutiny (n.). Alternative mutine is recorded from 1550s. Related: Mutinied; mutinying.