noun, plural mu·ti·nies.
verb (used without object), mu·ti·nied, mu·ti·ny·ing.
Origin of mutiny
Synonyms for mutiny
Examples from the Web for mutinied
Historical Examples of mutinied
They had grumbled at their chief and mutinied against him and helped to depose him.The Grand Old Man
Richard B. Cook
The crew might have mutinied, and left her in the life-tubes.Salvage in Space
John Stewart Williamson
They were found to be two of the emigrants and one of the seamen who had mutinied.The Voyages of the Ranger and Crusader
They've mutinied, no less, and apparently they have got Perkins.
Paul Diack had engaged in plots, and had mutinied three times.The Life and Adventures of Baron Trenck
noun plural -nies
verb -nies, -nying or -nied
Word Origin for mutiny
1580s, from mutiny (n.). Alternative mutine is recorded from 1550s. Related: Mutinied; mutinying.