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mutinously

[ myoot-n-uhs-lee ]
/ ˈmyut n əs li /
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adverb
in a way that expresses resistance to or revolt against authority: My disgruntled toddler was sitting mutinously on the couch, clutching the remote and challenging me to remove it from him.
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Origin of mutinously

OTHER WORDS FROM mutinously

non·mu·ti·nous·ly, adverbun·mu·ti·nous·ly, adverb
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