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Definition of Mutinously
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mutinously
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Literary usage of Mutinously
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1. Archives of Maryland by Maryland Historical Society (1887)
"... mutinously, & in great contempt of his Lops governi' & authority, & the ill example of others & contrary to the peace of the Lord Propr his ..."
2. Collections of the New York Historical Society for the Year by New-York Historical Society (1881)
"... Major Gave Order to some Officer to Execute his Commands According to the Discipline of Warr mutinously Resist the same and mutinously Encouraged Others ..."
3. A French-English Military Technical Dictionary: With a Supplement Containing by Cornélis De Witt Willcox (1917)
"... seditions. en , mutinously; mutin«, pp, (mil., etc.) mutinous, seditious, rebellious. nabab, m., nabob. nable, m., scut tie hole, plug hole of a boat; ..."
4. Calendar of State Papers by Great Britain Public Record Office, John William Fortescue (1904)
"Lieutenant Wright mutinously asserts that the companies are in arrear from the ... I would mention that Lieutenant Wright has from time to time mutinously ..."
5. Precedents in Pleading: With Copious Notes on Practice, Pleading and Evidence by Joseph Chitty (1839)
"PC 215; the like of a mariner acting mutinously ; 3 Chit. PI. 5th ed. 1072, 6th ed. 979; Gale c. Dalrymple, Ry. &. M. 118; Murray o. ..."