mutinous

Part of speech: adverb

Mutinously.

Part of speech: noun

Mutinousness.

Part of speech: adjective

Disposed to mutiny: seditious.

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Usage examples "mutinous":

  1. Isabelle, her pretty mutinous face touched with tenderness, listened, one hand resting on the table. - "Together", Robert Herrick (1868-1938).
  2. Joe reversed his mutinous team to start the second furrow, and when he came to the end it seemed, quite unaccountably, that the day should also be ended. - "The Lost Wagon", James Arthur Kjelgaard.
  3. Chatty called to her in the sudden fright that had come over her, and was glad when the girl stopped and turned round reluctantly, though Lizzie's face was also stained with crying and wore a mutinous and sullen look. - "A Country Gentleman and his Family", Mrs. (Margaret) Oliphant.