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

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Short and grisly had been the work of the mutineers of the Fuwalda, and through it all John Clayton had stood leaning carelessly beside the companionway puffing meditatively upon his pipe as though he had been but watching an indifferent cricket match.
Occasionally they heard faint echoes of brawls and quarreling among the mutineers, and on two occasions the vicious bark of firearms rang out on the still air.
The two members of the Kincaid's company followed Momulla and his fellows to a point in the jungle close by the camp of the mutineers.
For a moment Number Three stood watching the battle, and then he too sprang in to aid his fellow mutineer.
For a moment the exhausted mutineer made a tremulous motion of his cramped jaws, and then painfully twisting round his head, said in a sort of hiss, "What I say is this --and mind it well if you flog me, I murder you
The mutineer was the bowsman of the mate, and when fast to a fish, it was his duty to sit next him, while Radney stood up with his lance in the prow, and haul in or slacken the line, at the word of command.
This old man was merely the seed of McCoy, of McCoy of the BOUNTY, the mutineer fleeing from the hemp that waited him in England, the McCoy who was a power for evil in the early days of blood and lust and violent death on Pitcairn Island.
The humbled mutineer smelt it, tasted it, and returned to his seat.
The leaders and some mutineers, as well as priests Jose Burgos, Mariano Gomez and Jacinto Zamora, who were implicated in the revolt, were later executed.
I thought, 'Oh God"' Actor James Norton reports what a Russian martial arts trainer told him as he prepares for a tough role in a new BBC thriller "In voting as you think fit, on any political issue, you as MPs are never mutineers, you are never traitors, you are never malcontents, you are never enemies of the people" Commons Speaker John Bercow
I'm ready to be prime minister tomorrow A confident Jeremy Corbyn, Labour leader, looks forward to the next general election Much of it pollutes political debate with daily doses of personal venom and infantile nonsense that degrades our democracy Baroness (Betty) Boothroyd, former Speaker of the House of Commons on social media, writing for The Times Red Box Australia are on course for a whitewash against a washed-out opponent The Australian newspaper on the Ashes In voting as you think fit, on any political issue, you as MPs are never mutineers, you are never traitors, you are never malcontents, you are never enemies of the people Commons Speaker John Bercow
The use of expressions about public enemies, the use of stuff like mutineers, all these headlines which seem conditioned to stir up hatred.
1857: British forces retook Delhi from Indian mutineers.
Hadi in remarks he made upon departure to Egypt said the victories made by the national army and the popular resistance backed by the Arab alliance against the Houthi mutineers will not stop till liberating all Yemeni governorates.
Many of the songs were from his tenth album, current release Mutineers, including the sublime Beautiful Agony, with its haunting cello and plastic whistling tubes that created an ethereal, other-worldly noise.