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mutinous

mu·ti·nous

mutinous

pronunciation:
myu t ns
part of speech: adjective
definition 1: concerning, inclined to, or engaged in a mutiny.
The mutinous crew took over command of the ship.
synonyms:
insurgent, rebel, rebellious, revolting, seditious, traitorous, treacherous
similar words:
disloyal, dissident, renegade, revolutionary
definition 2: inclined to revolt or disobey; hard to control; rebellious.
a mutinous son
synonyms:
contumacious, defiant, disobedient, insubordinate, obstreperous, rebellious, refractory, revolting, unruly, wayward
similar words:
headstrong, intractable, rebel, restive, rowdy
derivations: mutinously (adv.), mutinousness (n.)