Definition of mutineer
: one that mutinies
Examples of mutineer in a Sentence
the mutineers were captured after they turned to piracy on the open seas
Recent Examples of mutineer from the Web
The discovery of a cache of weapons by the mutinous soldiers on May 15 in a house allegedly owned by Soro’s head of protocol, Souleymane Kamarate Kone, fueled suspicions that Soro was backing the mutineers.
Henderson is one of the four-island Pitcairn Group, a cluster of small islands whose namesake is famed as the home to the descendants of the HMS Bounty’s mutineers.
Sergeant Kone said the mutineers were also active in Man, near the western border with Liberia, and Bondoukou in the east.
A Reuters witness saw three pickup trucks carrying elite Republican Guard troops, who fired warning shots that pushed the mutineers back inside the military compound.
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.
Born helpless, nude and unable to provide for himself, Lore Sjöberg eventually overcame these handicaps to become a mutant, a mutineer and a mutule.
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Definition of mutineer for English Language Learners
: a person who is involved in a mutiny
MUTINEER Defined for Kids
Definition of mutineer for Students
: a person who takes part in a mutiny
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