sulk

Part of speech: verb

To be sulky or sullen.

Part of speech: noun

A sulky mood or humor; often pl.

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Usage examples "sulk":

  1. The very children gloom and sulk if they are left with nothing to do. - "The Girl Wanted", Nixon Waterman.
  2. Will you try not to meddle in future, and not to cry at the table, or pout and sulk when you are punished? - "Elsie Dinsmore", Martha Finley.
  3. But it would rather sulk. - "The Little House in the Fairy Wood", Ethel Cook Eliot.