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- adv. In a sulking manner
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- adv. In a sulky manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a sulky manner; sullenly; morosely.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a sulky manner
He came in sulkily, neither saluting the company nor returning their salutations.
He continued what Mr. Ridding, watching the group of young people, called sulkily to himself his rigmarole, but continued more abstractedly.
This was Michael's first food, for he had sulkily refused to go near the potatoes.
“Besides,” he added sulkily, “she really, really loved me when I was —.”
Finally, after we had exhausted ourselves arguing, Li sulkily consented to go back into the wilderness -- followed, I need hardly add, by her watchful mom.
Billy joined sulkily, then brightened up as his eyes chanced upon the coffee pot, which he immediately put on to boil.
Alan had joined Buzz at the bar and was sulkily nursing a beer.
Had he made his three-score-and-10, I wonder what the great, good fellow would have thought about his lovely uncomplicated game becoming, in the meantime, so angry and malevolent with itself; or how the most valorous of all England captains viewed the sulkily tedious machinations over the captaincy of Signor Capello's current ragbag squad.
She waltzed off into the depths of the art fair, where people were sulkily being ushered by security guards towards the elevators, plastic cups of wine in hand.
Returning to Mexico in disgrace, he sulkily retired to his hacienda.