Definition of mutinously in English:

mutinously

adverb

  • See mutinous

    • ‘His arms were crossed mutinously over his chest and he reminded her of an executioner, preparing to send her to the gallows.’
    • ‘Kitty suddenly bent towards her, brown eyes flashing mutinously.’
    • ‘It was his father's entire fault, he thought mutinously as the guards he passed occasionally in the hallway all saluted him mockingly.’
    • ‘‘I don't see why not,’ muttered Louis mutinously.’
    • ‘Sully glared up at her mutinously as he reluctantly obeyed and sat down.’

Pronunciation

mutinously

/ˈmjuːtɪnəsli/