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  • verb Present participle of mutiny.

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Examples

  • Shinn said he might be simply buying time with his government reshuffle and other moves, and that the soldiers who are mutinying have narrower, more personal concerns than who is in power.

    Burkina Faso regime threatened by military mutiny across country

  • His parents, who eventually agreed to work the farm, and the hired peasants have even come close to mutinying at times against Chen's strict rule against pesticides and fertilizers.

    Young Chinese farmers sowing seeds for organic revolution

  • Shinn said he might be simply buying time with his government reshuffle and other moves, and that the soldiers who are mutinying have narrower, more personal concerns than who is in power.

    In Burkina Faso, military mutiny spreads

  • "At Meridian primary school, we are a bunch of budding young pirates and we were having a bit of trouble mutinying against the teachers and we'd love if you could come and help."

    Johnny Depp appears at school assembly as Captain Jack Sparrow

  • At 2.30 pm BDR mutinying soldiers started laying down their arms & they also release 100 civilian & 5 army high rank officer.

    Tanks Move in to Quell Bangladesh Mutiny

  • Bangladesh Army marched towards BDR head quarter to stop the mutinying soldier.

    Tanks Move in to Quell Bangladesh Mutiny

  • Their high claims of descent, too, gave them a good title to approach the person of a monarch more closely than other troops, while the comparative smallness of their numbers prevented the possibility of their mutinying, and becoming masters where they ought to be servants.

    Quentin Durward

  • I cannot blame my soldiers for mutinying, Antony thought as he sat with his unsheathed sword in his lap, ready.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • I cannot blame my soldiers for mutinying, Antony thought as he sat with his unsheathed sword in his lap, ready.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • They may scorn cash now; but let some months go by, and no perspective promise of it to them, and then this same quiescent cash all at once mutinying in them, this same cash would soon cashier Ahab.

    Moby Dick; or the Whale

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