What is another word for mutiny?

Pronunciation: [mjˈuːtɪni] (IPA)

Mutiny is a word that refers to rebellion or insurrection against authority, especially by sailors or soldiers. There are several synonyms for the word 'mutiny', including revolt, uprising, rebellion, insurrection, dissent, disaffection, and sedition. Revolt refers to a violent overthrow of a government or established authority. Uprising refers to a popular rebellion against an established government or leadership. Rebellion refers to an attempt to overthrow or undermine an established government or authority by force. Insurrection refers to an open rebellion against an established government or authority. Similarly, dissent refers to disagreement or opposition to a prevailing idea or authority, and disaffection refers to a feeling of alienation or dissatisfaction with authority. Sedition refers to any conduct or speech that incites rebellion against established authority.

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What are the opposite words for mutiny?

The word "mutiny" is often associated with rebellion and defiance, but there are several antonyms that represent the opposite meaning. Harmony, unity, cooperation, loyalty, and obedience are all antonyms for mutiny. These words signify a sense of order, agreement, and conformity, which is the opposite of mutiny's disruptive nature. Harmony denotes a pleasant unison, where everything is working as it should. Unity represents an agreeing community where people are not against each other. Cooperation implies a mutual agreement to work together to achieve a common goal. Loyalty represents allegiance and obedience to a leader, while obedience implies following instructions without questioning them.

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Usage examples for Mutiny

What you're doing now is mutiny.
"Command"
William McFee
If we are all united we can accomplish anything; but if there is mutiny in the camp, then things may be difficult.
"Girls of the Forest"
L. T. Meade
It has many references to the times of the Conquest of India and the mutiny, and the editor, an Englishman or Anglicised Scot, frequently gives the names of individuals, soldiers and private people, who distinguished themselves in these times.
"From Edinburgh to India & Burmah"
William G. Burn Murdoch

Famous quotes with Mutiny

  • The ship of democracy, which has weathered all storms, may sink through the mutiny of those on board.
    Grover Cleveland
  • My lord, I will tell you what the case was. I was coming up within a league of the Dutchman, and some of my men were making a mutiny about taking her, and my gunner told the people he could put the captain in a way to take the ship, and be safe.
    William Kidd
  • This ship was a league from us, and some of the men would have taken her, and I would not consent to it, and this Moore said I always hindered them making their fortunes. Was that not the reason I struck him? Was there a mutiny on board?
    William Kidd
  • The ship of Democracy, which has weathered all storms, may sink through the mutiny of those aboard.
    Grover Cleveland
  • Nor doomsday’s thunderous roar, Dismantling earth and stars — The cosmic beauties all to mar — Not Nature’s murderous mutiny, Nor man’s exploding destiny Can touch me here.
    Paramahansa Yogananda

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