mutiny (n.) 1
riot, civil disturbance, state of discord
1H6 IV.i.131 [Gloucester to Richard and Somerset, of Vernon and Basset] you do not well ... / To raise a mutiny betwixt yourselves
1H6 V.i.62 [Winchester alone] I'll ... sack this country with a mutiny
2H6 III.ii.128 [Warwick to King, of the people] Myself have calmed their spleenful mutiny
JC III.i.86 [Cinna to Brutus, of Publius] quite confounded with this mutiny
JC III.ii.123 [Antony to all] If I were disposed to stir / Your hearts and minds to mutiny and rage
JC III.ii.212 [Antony to all] let me not stir you up / To such a sudden flood of mutiny
KL I.ii.107 [Gloucester to Edmund] In cities, mutinies
LLL I.i.167 [King to Berowne, of Armado] whom right and wrong / Have chose as umpire of their mutiny
Oth II.iii.151 [Iago to Roderigo] go out and cry a mutiny
RJ I.v.80 [Capulet to Tybalt] You'll make mutiny among my guests!
RJ Prologue.3 [Chorus] From ancient grudge break to new mutiny
TC I.iii.96 [Ulysses to all, of disorder in the planets] what mutiny, ... horrors, / Divert and crack, rend and deracinate / The unity and married calm of states