I should not be afraid of their mutinying or running away, but of their drooping and dying.
At Vinoy's very first review they were on the point of mutinying.
The rogues were mutinying for their wages but yesterday; they will be all ready for good or bad.
They're always deserting and mutinying; I have to carry a gun on me to make them mind.
His men are a ceaseless trouble, and for ever mutinying, or otherwise harassing him.
Surprised and astounded at this interference the worthy officer demanded of the mob if they knew they were mutinying.
The army, finding the government totally unprepared to satisfy its claims, was on the point of mutinying.
Loud was Ordered on board a Man of warr for his mutinying and Ill behaviour on board the sd.
Fearnes refused to give Holmes any proper account of the stores, and the sailors were mutinying for pay.
1580s, from mutiny (n.). Alternative mutine is recorded from 1550s. Related: Mutinied; mutinying.