- r in a sulky manner
`What else could I do?' said Graham sulkily
- Before a Connecticut justice of the peace one Edna Newton, 21, sulkily accused a Louis Rebuzzini, 28.
- The Manchester Guardian reported that London's midday sun "hung sulkily in the dirty sky with no more radiance than an unlit Chinese lantern.
- When the Senate refused to confirm Calvin Coolidge's appointees, that President could generally be counted upon to put up a stubborn fight for his men or else sulkily decline to .