Sulkily



adjective, sulkier, sulkiest.
1.
marked by or given to sulking; sullen.
2.
gloomy or dull:
sulky weather.
noun, plural sulkies.
3.
a light, two-wheeled, one-horse carriage for one person.
adjective sulkier, sulkiest
1.
sullen, withdrawn, or moody, through or as if through resentment
2.
dull or dismal: sulky weather
noun (pl) sulkies
1.
a light two-wheeled vehicle for one person, usually drawn by one horse

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