- n a light two-wheeled vehicle for one person; drawn by one horse
- s sullen or moody
- s moving slowly
- s depressingly dark
- It's worth seeing, though, because James Franco uncannily channels the sulky, sexy, short-lived heartthrob.
- From age 10 to about 16, I was sulky, snotty and self-righteous.
- What season of debauchery brought the sulky thrust to this beauty's lower lip? At what groveling serf does the fine young lord in the Ferrari scowl with such contempt?.
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We love our children but, as every parent has experienced, they can be sulky, temperamental and hard to reach. Adolescence can be an especially turbulent time. In these moments, the critical question for a parent ...The post Moody vs. Depressed: How to Tell the Difference appeared first on Mile High Mamas.
June 14, 2013 - Denver Post