Definition of mutiny:
- Insurrection against constituted authority, particularly military or naval authority; concerted revolt against the rules of discipline or the lawful commands of a superior officer; hence, generally, forcible resistance to rightful authority; insubordination.
- To fall into strife; to quarrel.
- To rise against, or refuse to obey, lawful authority in military or naval service; to excite, or to be guilty of, mutiny or mutinous conduct; to revolt against one's superior officer, or any rightful authority.
- Violent commotion; tumult; strife.
- disobedience (part of speech: noun)
- revolt (part of speech: verb)
- revolution (part of speech: noun)
- disobey (part of speech: verb)
- "John March, Southerner", George W. Cable.
Some grave old native gentlemen who were long in her service have told me that they believed 'there really was too much of truth in the story which excited the troops to mutiny on that occasion- her too great intimacy with the gallant young Frenchman.- "Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official", William Sleeman.
- "The Social Cancer A Complete English Version of Noli Me Tangere", José Rizal.