verb (used without object)
to remain silent or hold oneself aloof in a sullen, ill-humored, or offended mood:
Promise me that you won’t sulk if I want to leave the party early.
a state or fit of sulking.
sulks, ill-humor shown by sulking:
to be in the sulks.
Also, sulker. a person who sulks.
(intransitive) to be silent and resentful because of a wrong done to one, esp in order to gain sympathy; brood sullenly: the child sulked in a corner after being slapped
(often pl) a state or mood of feeling resentful or sullen: he’s in a sulk because he lost the game, he’s got the sulks
Also sulker. a person who sulks
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noun 1. (Lucius Cornelius Sulla Felix) 138–78 b.c, Roman general and statesman: dictator 82–79. noun 1. full name Lucius Cornelius Sulla Felix. 138–78 bc, Roman general and dictator (82–79). He introduced reforms to strengthen the power of the Senate
noun 1. refuse or waste; sewage. 2. silt; sediment. noun 1. filth or waste, esp sewage 2. sediment deposited by running water
adjective 1. showing irritation or ill humor by a gloomy silence or reserve. 2. persistently and silently ill-humored; morose. 3. indicative of gloomy ill humor. 4. gloomy or dismal, as weather or a sound. 5. sluggish, as a stream. 6. Obsolete. malignant, as planets or influences. adjective 1. unwilling to talk or be sociable; sulky; […]