- n a mood or display of sullen aloofness or withdrawal
stayed home in a sulk
- v be in a huff and display one's displeasure
- And from that sulk came some of the most incandescent achievements of his age.
- Klein states that the African-Americans who support Barack Obama will sulk and stay home if Hillary Clinton is nominated.
- Klein states that the African Americans who support Barack Obama will sulk and stay home if Hillary Clinton is nominated April 7.
- Joey Barton in WalesOnline
All I wanted to do all my life was play football, and that's all I know. I live and breathe the game,Barton added. "If I don't play well on a Saturday, I go home and sit down and watch the game in a sulk and try to put things right on a...
- Chris Beutler in guardian.co.uk
When Sally came and put her hand on my arm, her lightest admonition was like the heaviest weight,Beutler said. "I would sulk back to my chair."
- Andy Roddick in FOXNews
I'm not going to sit around and sulk and cry. I did everything I could,the second-seeded Roddick said. "I tried going to his forehand and coming in. He passed me. I tried going to his backhand and coming in. He passed me. Tried staying...