- v. present participle of sulk.
“In Attack of the Clones he's too wrapped up in sulking about, well, everything, and in Revenge of the Sith he's too busy mopping up messes from the Clone Wars until he goes over to the Dark Side and only then does it seem to dawn on him that he might be a demi-god.”
“Kipling spent the later part of his life in sulking, and no doubt it was political disappointment rather than literary vanity that account for this.”
“Early morning past, she is coquetting with the wooing clouds, now all gay and responsive, again sulking in sullen shade.”
“Wayne called the sulking scout a damned coward, which consoled him somewhat, but didn't help matters.”
“It beats me how you could characterize his attitude as 'sulking' if you're trying for an honest characterization (okay, silly me).”
“I was kind of sulking and asking again, “Why me, Lord?””
“Fred on the bank, panting violently, and holding tight to the rod, for the salmon had stopped there, and was now "sulking" at the bottom of a deep hole.”
“After some self-described "sulking", Gore came around and added more to the embryonic fast version together with producer Mark "Flood" Ellis, notably the guitar riff heard throughout.”
“Manchester City chairman insists it is no time for 'sulking”
“Charest described a meeting where Bellemare was "sulking" over the problems his policy issues were encountering.”
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