What is another word for mutineer?

Pronunciation: [mjˌuːtɪnˈi͡ə] (IPA)

A mutineer is an individual who rebels against authority, either in a military or civilian setting. Some synonyms for the term mutineer include insurrectionist, rebel, revolutionary, dissident, insubordinate, insurgent, and traitor. These words imply a person who is rebelling against a higher power or authority in a distinct or organized manner. Unlike simply refusing to follow orders, a mutineer usually possesses an ideology that opposes the authority they are rebelling against. These synonyms can be used interchangeably and portray a negative connotation, suggesting that the individual in question is a threat to public order and stability.

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What are the hypernyms for Mutineer?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the hyponyms for Mutineer?

Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.

What are the opposite words for mutineer?

A mutineer is a person who revolts against authority or rebels against the established order. Antonyms for mutineer include follower, loyalist, patriot, and conformist. A follower is a person who conforms to or imitates someone else's behavior or ideas. A loyalist is someone who is devoted to a particular cause, government, or leader. A patriot is a person who loves and supports their country and its interests. A conformist is someone who adheres to conventional standards of behavior or opinions. These antonyms suggest a person who is faithful, obedient, and committed to the norms and values of society rather than someone who challenges them.

What are the antonyms for Mutineer?

Usage examples for Mutineer

But between 1796 and 1809 was a long interval; no news had come to England of the mutineers to revive memory of the event, and the curious ignorance of the Pitcairners of the place of Christian's burial are all circumstances which leave the manner of the mutineer officer's ending by no means settled.
"The Naval Pioneers of Australia"
Louis Becke and Walter Jeffery
In proof of this, says Bligh, Christian, when the boat was drifting astern, was asked by Bligh if this treatment was a proper return for his commander's kindness, to which the mutineer answered, That, Captain Bligh, that is the thing.
"The Naval Pioneers of Australia"
Louis Becke and Walter Jeffery
The mutineer was soon lodged in the cockpit; but all hands-the watch below and the watch on deck-came aft as if obeying a signal, with threatening faces and clenched fists.
"American Merchant Ships and Sailors"
Willis J. Abbot

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