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Verb
/ˈmyo͞otn-ē/,
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mutinies, plural;
  1. Refuse to obey the orders of a person in authority

Noun
  1. An open rebellion against the proper authorities, esp. by soldiers or sailors against their officers
    • - a mutiny by those manning the weapons could trigger a global war
    • - mutiny at sea

  1. open rebellion against constituted authority (especially by seamen or soldiers against their officers)
  2. engage in a mutiny against an authority
  3. (mutinous) disposed to or in a state of mutiny; "the men became mutinous and insubordinate"
  4. Mutiny is a conspiracy among members of a group of similarly-situated individuals (typically members of the military; or the crew of any ship, even if they are civilians) to openly oppose, change or overthrow an authority to which they are subject. ...
  5. Mutiny! is the debut album from pop punk band Set Your Goals. It was released on 11 July 2006. A Deluxe 2-CD Edition with 5 bonus tracks and a video was released on 27 May 2008. ...
  6. Mutiny is a 1952 American film directed by Edward Dmytryk.
  7. Mutiny are an Australian folk punk band based in Melbourne. Their slogan is "Folk punk for punk folk". They first formed in 1991 and have performed in Australia, Europe and the US. ...
  8. The Indian Rebellion of 1857also known as India's First War of Independence, the Great Rebellion, the Indian Mutiny, the Revolt of 1857, the Uprising of 1857, the Sepoy Rebellion and the Sepoy Mutiny began as a mutiny of native soldiers (sepoys against perceived race based injustices and ...
  9. (mutinous) (adj) - unruly; rebellious
  10. Refusal by police or troops to obey orders. It can in extreme cases entail individual or group desertion. It is a method of nonviolent action unless the mutineers resort to violence.
  11. an insurrection or rebellion, such as a takeover to overthrow a duly constituted authority; compare INSURGENCY, REVOLUTION, COUP D'ETAT, STRUGGLE, CONFLICT, TREASON. [v: sedition, misprision, barratry]
  12. a refusal by a swerviceman to obey orders or otherwise to do his duty; creation of disturbance or violence with the intent to override lawful authority.
  13. When men in the service of a particular captain turned against him and took over the ship.
  14. A rising against lawful or constituted authority, particularly in the naval or ARMED SERVICES.
  15. when a crew rebels or goes against the captain.
  16. The Insurrection Alpha holodeck program simulates a Maquis mutiny on Voyager; Tuvok wrote the program as tactical training scenario for junior security officers to prepare them for the possibility of a mutiny; Janeway jokingly says that Tuvok may have a mutiny on his hands if he doesn't finish ...
  17. revolt in 1857 against British tyranny by Indian soldiers called sepoys; “‘Read any of the Mutiny records’” (169)