insubordinate

[ in-suh-bawr-dn-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF insubordinate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INSUBORDINATE

A mistake; they lack only the right of arbitrarily dismissing the insubordinate.

In the meantime, the men grew more and more intractable and insubordinate.

"You are insubordinate," said the Legate, of a sudden very cold.

You have been insubordinate when you should not only have been orderly, but have enforced orderliness in others.

Nothing rude, boisterous, insubordinate, or unkind appeared from any.

He was well-educated, but of a surly disposition and insubordinate.

Usually the crews thus obtained were treacherous and insubordinate.

In a moment Miss Jemima had forgotten her insubordinate cook.

By evening, however, the insubordinate and troublesome had been quieted.

It was manifest that the least indication of an insubordinate spirit would lead to instant death.

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