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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MUTINIED

They had grumbled at their chief and mutinied against him and helped to depose him.

The crew might have mutinied, and left her in the life-tubes.

They were found to be two of the emigrants and one of the seamen who had mutinied.

They've mutinied, no less, and apparently they have got Perkins.

Paul Diack had engaged in plots, and had mutinied three times.

Here a body of Sikh horse had mutinied and expelled their commander from the fort.

The 55th Sepoys at Mardan had mutinied and taken to the hills.

His troops, who had received no wages for a long time had mutinied.

The Fingal, or 118th regiment, mutinied at Birmingham, England.

What then is your grievance against me at this moment, I should like to ask, that you have mutinied?

WORD ORIGIN

1560s, with noun suffix -y (1) + obsolete verb mutine "revolt" (1540s), from Middle French mutiner "to revolt," from meutin "rebellious," from meute "a revolt, movement," from Vulgar Latin *movita "a military uprising," from fem. past participle of Latin movere "to move" (see move (v.)).

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