English version

mutinous

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Military
mutinousmu‧ti‧nous /ˈmjuːtɪnəs $ -tn-əs/ adjective  1 DISOBEY written showing by your behaviour or appearance that you do not want to obey someone syn rebellious There was a mutinous look in Rosie’s eyes.2 PMREBELLION/REVOLUTIONinvolved in a mutinymutinously adverb
Examples from the Corpus
mutinousBut in the desert the people are soon thirsty and hungry - and mutinous.Edmund rode with slashing spurs and flailing sword into the ranks of the mutinous archers, his knights hard after him.He took her chin between thumb and forefinger, tilting her mutinous face up for his cool inspection.If a man was workshy and mutinous I would put him in a cell to cool his heels for a while.She stalked off across the road, her hat jammed firmly on her head and her mouth set in a mutinous line.There was a mutinous look in Rosie's eyes.Hear his screams as his own mutinous soldiers administer the coupdegrâce.mutinous soldiersShe met his eyes without flinching, a mutinous sparkle enlivening the depths of her own grey gaze.
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