Etymology
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mutineer (n.)

"one guilty of mutiny, person in military or naval service who openly resists authority of his officers," c. 1600, from French mutinier (16c.), from meutin "rebellious" (see mutiny (n.)). The earlier noun was mutine (1580s). As a verb from 1680s.

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Definitions of mutineer

mutineer (n.)
someone who is openly rebellious and refuses to obey authorities (especially seamen or soldiers);
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