noun, plural mu·ti·nies.
verb (used without object), mu·ti·nied, mu·ti·ny·ing.
Origin of mutiny
Related formspre·mu·ti·ny, noun, plural pre·mu·ti·nies; verb (used with object), pre·mu·ti·nied, pre·mu·ti·ny·ing.
Examples from the Web for mutinied
Ampudias troops had mutinied on the way, but an appeal to their patriotism had brought them round.The War With Mexico, Volume I (of 2)|Justin H. Smith
It was now nearly an hour since the native troops here at Skilk had mutinied.Uller Uprising|Henry Beam Piper, John D. Clark and John F. Carr
Dundalk, where Monk commanded, was delivered up by the troops, who mutinied against their governor.
His troops got intoxicated, mutinied, and he could use them no further.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
At Dinapore, ten miles west of Patna, three sepoy regiments had mutinied.India Under British Rule|James Talboys Wheeler