mutineer mutineer  /ˌmju tə ˈnɪr/


  • (n) someone who is openly rebellious and refuses to obey authorities (especially seamen or soldiers)


  1. Within a decade all but one mutineer had died and 18 years went by before a passing ship discovered the presence of the 35 inhabitants still there.
  2. The mutineer was Valery Sablin, deputy commander of the destroyer Storozhevoi.
  3. The Congo Sir: Khrushchev's indignant defense of the Congo mutineer-rapists is thoroughly in line with the well-documented Russian tradition of rape.


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  • Rebel leader Gen Nkunda says: "I'm not a mutineer because I'm not fighting the government. I just came to kick out troops...... who were killing a section of the Congolese community."
    on Jun 3, 2004 By: Laurent Nkunda Source: BBC News

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