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mu·ti·nous / ˈmyoōtn-əs/ • adj. (of a soldier or sailor) refusing to obey the orders of a person in authority. ∎  willful or disobedient: Antoinette looked mutinous, but she obeyed. DERIVATIVES: mu·ti·nous·ly adv.

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