Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In a mutinous manner; seditiously.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb In a mutinous manner.

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Examples

  • Billy did not start immediately after they had said good-by, and he and Saxon, heads over shoulders, watched the roused Barbarossa plunging mutinously on toward Santa Rosa.

    CHAPTER XVII

  • You'd hesitate to describe Capello as whimsical but, as he sat mutinously in the stands at Anfield on Monday night, perhaps he took a look at the cat that wandered into the Tottenham penalty area and thought: "You've impressed me as much as anyone else English on the pitch tonight."

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  • He shook his head mutinously, and the cloudy deeps of his eyes grew more cloudy.

    CHAPTER V

  • Dick lazily hauled himself off the couch and stood up, shaking his head mutinously, as if tossing a mane, and stamping ponderously with his feet in simulation of Mountain Lad.

    CHAPTER XXIII

  • Kellen stuck the wounded digit into his mouth and sucked on it mutinously.

    Tran Siberian

  • She flung herself mutinously into her chair; when Carmine spoke in that tone, even God had to shut up and listen.

    Naked Cruelty

  • Thus "Lorna Brown and Lucian Msamati, mutinously subservient in the first half, convincingly show the emergence of a black couple's economic power", says Billington.

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  • He settled mutinously onto the sofa and looked at the television again.

    Broken Symmetry

  • We eyed each other mutinously, then something seemed to falter within her.

    Dreaming in French

  • We eyed each other mutinously, then something seemed to falter within her.

    Dreaming in French

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