Anger head

mutinous
(adj)
MYOO-tin-ǝs
Meaning

unruly; rebellious; rebelling against authority

1st Sample Sentence

As their fear of dropping off the edge of the world increased, Columbus' crew became mutinous.

Root

movere (to move) (Latin)

Mnemonics

try to extract mute + tiny from this word. so someone who is neither mute nor tiny. (in thoughts) can be rebellious. mutiny means open rebellion against constituted authority (especially by soldiers against their officers) We all remember "Sepoy Mutiny" of 1857.

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