A mutiny is rebellion.
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The word mutiny is a singular noun. The plural form is mutinies.
The crew has been muttering about mutiny, sir.
When I suggested that we take a break for ice cream, the professor jokingly accused me of instigating a mutiny.
Aboard the ship, the crew planned a mutiny against the captain.
Thesaurus words for mutiny are:As a verb, mutiny means to rebel, revolt, riot, or rise.As a noun, mutiny means an insurrection, a rebellion, a revolt, an uprising, a riot, or sedition.
Mutiny! Lol. :D
Mutiny on a ship is when the slaves took over the ship by probably killing the crew. They were then free unless another ship found them.
When the ship's crew rebells it is called a mutiny.
Many of the crew did not like the way the captain was running things and decided to mutiny. (verb)After the mutiny, Henry Hudson, his son, and some of his crew were set adrift in a small boat, and were never seen again. (noun)
In the movie the Caine Mutiny the crew on the ship had been mutinous when they lock the Captain in his cabin. The Military Attorneys determined the Captain was correct and the crew had committed mutiny.
The likely word is minty (smelling or tasting of mint).A word similar in spelling is mutiny, which is the takeover of a ship by its crew.
Discontentment amongst the crew finally ended in mutiny.
france won the indian mutiny.
No. There was no mutiny on the first fleet.
The past tense of mutiny is mutined
the result of the sepoy Mutiny was rebelion from the people.
Herman Wouk wrote The Caine Mutiny.