mutiny mutiny  /ˈmju tə ni/


  1. (n) open rebellion against constituted authority (especially by seamen or soldiers against their officers)
  2. (v) engage in a mutiny against an authority

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  1. Bangladesh is still reeling following the discovery of mass graves and evidence of cold-blooded execution of army officers who were killed amid last week's mutiny at the .
  2. Georgia's government has called Tuesday's mutiny at a military base near Tbilisi part of a coup attempt orchestrated by Russia, but opponents of beleaguered President Mikheil .
  3. Stories of restiveness verging on mutiny aboard British ships sent into the Mediterranean to intimidate Il Duce have several times been carried by Italian papers, generally .


  1. Carpiniello: Glen Sather his own man in decisions to hire and fire

    Glen Sather, left, has not spoken to Mark Messier since choosing Alain Vigneault, right, as the Rangers' new coach. The general manager also said the decision to fire John Tortorella was his alone, not the result of some player mutiny.
    on June 23, 2013     Source: The Journal News

  2. Beached ship gets out of Mutiny Bay

    A beached fishing ship was floated off of Mutiny Bay last week.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: South Whidbey Record

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  1. "The plan was to stage a large-scale mutiny in Tbilisi and to take steps against the sovereignty of Georgia and the Georgian government's European and Euro-Atlantic integration," said President Mikhail Saakashvili.
    on May 5, 2009 By: Mikhail Saakashvili Source: BBC News

  2. "This current situation would lead to mutiny and chaos in the country," Sonthi told AFP on Thursday.
    on Mar 29, 2007 By: Sonthi Boonyaratglin Source: France24

  3. In Addis Ababa, African Union chief Jean Ping said Vieira had called to tell him about "the failure of this morning's mutiny."
    on Nov 23, 2008 By: Jean Ping Source: The Age

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