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used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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being unhappy and withdrawn
  • They were sullen-looking, sleepy-eyed men who seemed unused to late hours.
    p. 204.7
sullen = unhappy and withdrawn
  • Gone was the terror in my mind of stale whiskey and barnyard smells, of sleepy-eyed sullen men, of a husky voice calling in the night,
    p. 226.9
sullen = unhappy and withdrawn
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