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Noun mutineer has 1 sense
  1. mutineer - open rebellion and refusal to obey authorities (especially by seamen or soldiers)
    --1 is a kind of
    insurgent, insurrectionist, freedom fighter, rebel
    Derived form: verb mutiny1

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Mutineers refer to individuals who participate in a mutiny, which is a revolt or rebellion against authority or leadership, particularly within a military or naval context. They often challenge the established order or chain of command by refusing to follow orders or actively overthrowing the current leadership. The term can also be used figuratively to describe people who rebel against any form of authority or social norms.

Possible Parts of Speech:

  • Noun

Possible Senses and Usages:

Sense 1: Noun - Individuals who participate in a mutiny within a military or naval context.
Example Sentence: The mutineers seized control of the ship and demanded better working conditions.
Related Products: Military History Books, Naval Strategy

Sense 2: Figurative Noun - People who rebel against any form of authority or social norms.
Example Sentence: The mutineers of the counterculture movement protested against the mainstream society of the 1960s.
Related Products: Books on Social Rebellion, Alternative Lifestyle Products

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