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Use "mutinously" in a sentence
"Billy did not start immediately after they had said good-by, and he and Saxon, heads over shoulders, watched the roused Barbarossa plunging mutinously on toward Santa Rosa."
"You'd hesitate to describe Capello as whimsical but, as he sat mutinously in the stands at Anfield on Monday night, perhaps he took a look at the cat that wandered into the Tottenham penalty area and thought: "You've impressed me as much as anyone else English on the pitch tonight.""
"Dick lazily hauled himself off the couch and stood up, shaking his head mutinously, as if tossing a mane, and stamping ponderously with his feet in simulation of Mountain Lad."