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broodingly and sullenly unhappy

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a light two-wheeled vehicle for one person

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sullen or moody

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moving slowly

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depressingly dark

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Thackeray's (The English humourists, chapter on Steele) Hill let go of his prey sulkily.
As couples get ``friendly'', those still on their own stand sulkily at the bar and order more drinks.
AFTER the band's even less than lacklustre farewell bow at the NEC Arena, where Billy Corgan sulkily refused to offer any encores, here's a reminder of why we loved the Pumpkins.
If the temperature is too low, hydrogen sits sulkily on the first step and refuses to accept any optical photons.
WHEN Princess Margaret sulkily refused to get out of bed for a fire drill the Queen Mum retorted: "Oh well, she'll just have to burn then, won't she?
The complexity of the Fourth Republic was often treated as a freak show and the most sympathetic and extensive attention was given not to those who played the political game well but to those, like Mendes-France or de Gaulle, who sat sulkily on the sidelines" (p.
Sulkily, Intel declared a multi-million charge-off and their stock blipped down briefly.
Paul and I strike out across the meadow, back toward Bear Creek, which in my mind I am sulkily calling No-Bear Creek.
Sulkily the drums predict: if there's any wind they'll get wound up in the capes and have to fight their way out.
Real pavements, roads, roofs and lawns remain sulkily grey or green.
He also said, rather sulkily, that as long as Mehmet Ali Talat was in power, Erdogan greeted him, whenever he saw him, "with great warmth", but after Dervis Eroglu was elected, the PM would turn his back to him.
Germany and Holland soon claimed pilsners as their own - previously most beers had been murkily dark or sulkily brown - but the "original source", in the city that is also the home of Skoda, remains supremely important to the Czech psyche.
With 12 weeks' severance, Bobby sulkily attends motivational training and begins looking for work, but it's frigid out there.