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mu•ti•ny



Pronunciation: (myOOt'n-ē), [key]
n., pl. -nies,
v., -nied, -ny•ing.


n.
1. revolt or rebellion against constituted authority, esp. by sailors against their officers.
2. rebellion against any authority.

v.i.
to commit the offense of mutiny; revolt against authority.

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