mutiny[ myoot-n-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF mutiny
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MUTINY
This was a clear case of mutiny, and the only one in which I was ever implicated.
He shook his head in silent contradiction, frowning; but not frowning because of the girl's mutiny.
Yet his being there put a different complexion on her act of mutiny.
In the meantime all the troops had assembled and the mutiny been swiftly stamped out.
The result of this attempt to modify the scheme was the Indian mutiny.
Murmur is regarded as mutiny, and he who complains is shot as a conspirator.
French law had, for once, overlooked the matter, rather than have a mutiny in the army.
It's about time we had a mutiny among the general practitioners.
He should be able to quell a mutiny, check a mob or stamp out a rebellion.
There'd have been a mutiny right then if I'd caught sight of you.