noun, plural mu·ti·nies.
verb (used without object), mu·ti·nied, mu·ti·ny·ing.
Origin of mutiny
Synonyms for mutiny
Related Words for mutinyinguprising, insurrection, revolt, riot, revolution, disobey, strike, disobedience, rising, insubordination, resist, rebel
Examples from the Web for mutinying
Historical Examples of mutinying
At Vinoy's very first review they were on the point of mutinying.History of the Commune of 1871
They're always deserting and mutinying; I have to carry a gun on me to make them mind.Ranson's Folly
Richard Harding Davis
The rogues were mutinying for their wages but yesterday; they will be all ready for good or bad.Peveril of the Peak
Sir Walter Scott
His men are a ceaseless trouble, and for ever mutinying, or otherwise harassing him.The Personal Life Of David Livingstone
William Garden Blaikie
Surprised and astounded at this interference the worthy officer demanded of the mob if they knew they were mutinying.The Utah Batteries: A History
Charles R. Mabey
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.