sulky


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Synonyms for sulky

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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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References in classic literature ?
she shortly and unexpectedly asked me in the same sulky way.
She talked pleasantly to Somerfield, who tried to be dignified and succeeded only in remaining sulky.
The young man shrugged his shoulders, his face was a little sulky.
For hours afterward the sulky Jew would speak to no one nor acknowledge speech from any one.
Liberality in the matter of liquor and small loans, reconciled a large proportion of the objectors to their fate; the sulky minority I treated with contempt, and scourged avengingly with the smart lash of caricature.
As the two passed me, I heard the man speak to her in a tone of sulky annoyance.
Josie Pye is sulky because she didn't get the part she wanted in the dialogue.
This is Grimsby's scrawl - only three lines, the sulky dog
And when I desired honey I only desired bait, and sweet mucus and mucilage, for which even the mouths of growling bears, and strange, sulky, evil birds, water:
Young Thomas expressed these sentiments sitting astride of a chair before the fire, with his arms on the back, and his sulky face on his arms.
As to me,' said Tom, tumbling his hair all manner of ways with his sulky hands, 'I am a Donkey, that's what I am.
He's sulky,' replied Sikes, giving him a shake; 'he's sulky.
Oh, yes, they have," replied the goblin; "we know the man with the sulky face and grim scowl, that came down the street to-night, throwing his evil looks at the children, and grasping his burying-spade the tighter.
The treasurer, Carter, was a middle-aged man, with an impassive, rather sulky expression, and a yellow parchment skin.
Oh, he's a queer fellow," said Tom, curtly, "and he's as sulky as can be with me, because I told him his father was a rogue.