Examples of mutineer in a Sentence
the mutineers were captured after they turned to piracy on the open seas
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Soon enough, the high-foreheaded mutineer is lashed to a fence, snarling madly like all the other post-death humans in this plague smitten afterworld.
Evans, a farmer and local actor on the island who plays the role of Fletcher Christian, is an eighth-generation Islander and a descendent of the Bounty mutineers who first settled on Pitcairn island and then moved to Norfolk.
In 1687, French explorer Rene-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle — the first European to navigate the length of the Mississippi River — was killed by mutineers in present-day Texas.
Prospective mutineers tend not to follow orders so well.
Notoriously, many of the Batavia’s other passengers were murdered by mutineers after the ship ran aground on Morning Reef near Beacon Island.
New York real estate investors are giving GOP bundlers lectures about personal responsibility; and a few cosmopolitan elites are even crawling into bed with Steve Bannon’s merry mutineers.
For 43 years after the extradition of Robbins, not one person, citizen or alien, would be surrendered by the federal government to another country, including other mutineers from the Hermione.
On the coup night tanks closed traffic in Istanbul and crowds of people helped overpower the mutineers, in clashes that left many dead.
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MUTINEER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mutineer for English Language Learners
: a person who is involved in a mutiny
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