mutinous


mu·ti·nous

adjective \ˈmyü-tə-nəs, ˈmyüt-nəs\

: involved in a mutiny

: feeling or showing a desire not to do what someone has told or ordered you to do

Full Definition of MUTINOUS

1
a :  disposed to or being in a state of mutiny :  rebellious <a mutinous crew>
b :  turbulent, unruly
2
:  of, relating to, or constituting mutiny <mutinous threats>
mu·ti·nous·ly adverb
mu·ti·nous·ness noun

Examples of MUTINOUS

  1. <vowed that he would someday see the mutinous crew hang>

First Known Use of MUTINOUS

1578

Other Nautical Terms

avast, aweigh, flotsam, jib, keel, lee, port, starboard, stay

Rhymes with MUTINOUS

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