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- n. Plural form of sulk.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sulk.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. The condition of being sulky; a sulky mood or humor.
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He saddled Keno, and rode away in that silent preoccupation which the boys called the sulks for want of a better understanding of it.
To begin with, the _predicant_ was sulky because I had cut him short in his address, and a holy man in the sulks is a bad kind of animal to deal with.
To be sure, he has a good temper; and I must say for him he never goes into the sulks, which is a comfort, for of all things in the world sulking is the most childish and contemptible.
We're having a pool party tomorrow night and, well, Abby just kind of sulks around when she doesn't want to be here.
Sometimes it "sulks" for so protracted a period that danger seems to be over.
In the meantime my Mother waited about half an hour, expecting my return when the "sulks" had evaporated.
In Sissies, Davis retreats to her dressing room, sulks and banters with the audience about her Hollywood journey.
The important thing is that there have been probably half a dozen of these hairdryer-type moments, give or take, over the last eight years as chief executive but he never sulks.
Except Wednesday nights, during the season, I watch "Survivor" and he sulks.
She sulks, "I wish I had my soul right now" by the way is it me or don't you expect this kind of talk in week 7 or 8, or 10, not week 3 -- seriously!
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