Third-person singular simple present indicative form of mutiny.(verb)
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Use "mutinies" in a sentence
"BRIEF SYNOPSIS: Wilson Cole mutinies from the Republic Navy and tries to make a life for himself and the people who join up with him."
"The increasing incidents of "collective indiscipline," as the military called the mutinies, ended General Nivelle's dream of a grand victory."
"The book is organized around various phases of the change process, starting with recognizing that change is coming, moving to mobilizing people to act, navigating a new course, preventing "mutinies", and learning to be flexible in the face of unanticipated developments."