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- adv. In a sullen manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a sullen manner; gloomily; with moroseness.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a sullen manner
Each answered the roll-call sullenly, out of necessity, for every one of them was a marked man.
They continued to call sullenly for "the traitor."
It has been remarked by the American historian, Schouler, that immediately before the outbreak of the Civil War, diplomatic controversies between England and America had largely been settled, and that England, pressed from point to point, had "sullenly" yielded under
"I don't know," sullenly; "I telegraphed him Saturday; he will come to-day, no doubt.
Parker stared sullenly at the big man, who looked off at the ocean.
The Daughter looked sullenly around the council, at the hopeful eyes of politicians, bureaucrats, magistrates, and men of wealth, and their chosen suitors, knelt before her.
Michael put no heart of love in the effort and sullenly abstained.
"What do you want!" he demanded sullenly, as the other stood over him.
"I guess this is my life now," Andy sullenly tells the camera crew.
If a big chunk of the Right sullenly declares, “A plague on both your houses!”
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