- 形容词: insubordinate;
Hansen and his partner were fired for insubordination.
The dispute was touched off by the dismissal of a workman for insubordination.
That is tantamount to insubordination.
We shall drum him out of the corps for insubordination.
John were dismissed insubordination.
The worker was disciplined for insubordination.
We find fault with those over us and use their faults to justify our insubordination.
I think Barbara must have something on Stephen the way he tolerates her insubordination.
As Kyrie's brother he too has accepted Nero into his family despite the youth's insubordination.
1. defiance of authority
2. an insubordinate act