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Referring to behaviour that leads to rebelling against legitimate authority.
To forcefully overthrow the legal shipboard officers and take over control of the ship.
A criminal act where crewmen refuse to obey legitimate directions of the master, or take over command of the vessel by force, as in: “By the act of taking over command from the captain, they committed a mutiny.”