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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of sulk.

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Examples

  • But he did brood-she was tempted to think "sulked" but did not give in to the temptation-right up until the moment they made camp.

    Winds Of Fate

  • But he did brood-she was tempted to think "sulked" but did not give in to the temptation-right up until the moment they made camp.

    Winds Of Fate

  • The series was brought hastily to a conclusion in November: and the author, beaten back as he had never been beaten before, dropped the subject, and "sulked," so he called it, all the winter.

    The Life of John Ruskin

  • But she simply "sulked;" she never grumbled or was pert; and she did her work just as usual -- with a kind of dogged struggle not only against the superior powers but against something within herself much harder to fight with.

    Mistress and Maid. A Household Story.

  • So I kind of sulked for a while and didn’t write anything tonight.

    Not Non-Partisan Enough Perhaps « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • So I kind of sulked for a while and didn’t write anything tonight.

    2008 December 16 « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • *] The nieces, of whom Balzac was really extremely fond, "sulked" no longer, but wrote letters which their uncle praised highly, and which he answered gaily and amusingly.

    Honore de Balzac, His Life and Writings

  • He had moped around and sulked and was always apologizing for every little thing, like some sort of pariah who's very presence offended people.

    The Company Man

  • Sat by himself and sulked as the Jets tried to rally.

    A Quiz on the Jets' Collapse

  • But Baron Courbertin was inconsolable, and sulked for a full half-hour.

    CHAPTER 23

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