sulky

Part of speech: adverb

Sulkily.

Part of speech: noun

Sulkiness.

Part of speech: adjective

Sullenly cross.

Part of speech: noun

A light two - wheeled one - horse vehicle for one person.

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Usage examples "sulky":

  1. He would first slip down into the garden and gather her some fresh flowers, then steal with them into the room and kiss her little sulky mouth till she awoke; and, before she remembered their sorrow, her eyes would see the flowers. - "Prose Fancies", Richard Le Gallienne.
  2. Next day Sissy sought out Harthouse, who was waiting, full of sulky impatience at the failure of Louisa to appear as he had expected. - "Tales from Dickens", Charles Dickens and Hallie Erminie Rives.
  3. It did not turn Tommy sulky. - "Tommy and Grizel", J.M. Barrie.