[myoot-l-eyt] /ˈmyut lˌeɪt/
verb (used with object), mutilated, mutilating.
to injure, disfigure, or make imperfect by removing or irreparably damaging parts:
Vandals mutilated the painting.
to deprive (a person or animal) of a limb or other essential part.
to deprive of a limb, essential part, etc; maim; dismember
to mar, expurgate, or damage (a text, book, etc)
1530s, of things; 1560s, of persons; from Latin mutilatus, past participle of mutilare “to cut off, lop off, cut short; maim, mutilate,” from mutilus “maimed” (see mutilation). Technically, to deprive of some principal part, especially by cutting off. Related: Mutilated; mutilating.
[myoot-n-eer] /ˌmyut nˈɪər/ noun 1. a person who . /ˌmjuːtɪˈnɪə/ noun 1. a person who mutinies n. “one guilty of mutiny,” c.1600, from French mutinier (16c.), from Middle French meutin “rebellious” (see mutiny (n.)). As a verb from 1680s.
[myoot] /myut/ adjective, muter, mutest. 1. silent; refraining from speech or utterance. 2. not emitting or having sound of any kind. 3. incapable of speech; dumb. 4. (of letters) silent; not pronounced. 5. Law. (of a person who has been arraigned) making no plea or giving an irrelevant response when arraigned, or refusing to stand […]
[myoot-n-ee] /ˈmyut n i/ noun, plural mutinies. 1. revolt or rebellion against constituted authority, especially by sailors against their officers. 2. rebellion against any authority. verb (used without object), mutinied, mutinying. 3. to commit the offense of mutiny; revolt against authority. /ˈmjuːtɪnɪ/ noun (pl) -nies 1. open rebellion against constituted authority, esp by seamen or […]
[myoot-n-uh s] /ˈmyut n əs/ adjective 1. disposed to, engaged in, or involving revolt against authority. 2. characterized by ; rebellious. 3. difficult to control: mutinous feelings. /ˈmjuːtɪnəs/ adjective 1. openly rebellious or disobedient: a mutinous child 2. characteristic or indicative of mutiny adj. 1570s, from mutine (see mutiny) + -ous. Related: Mutinously; mutinousness.