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sulk
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

2 uses
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Definition
to be overly unhappy and unsociable — often due to disappointment or a sense of not getting what was deserved
  • ...sulky... dissatisfied... I tell you if my Sophy'd kept it up another day I'd have let her go.
    p. 312.0
sulky = withdrawn and overly indulging in a sad mood
  • Mrs. Merriweather faced Mrs. Farrow: "Gertrude, I tell you there's nothing more distracting than a sulky darky."
    p. 310.7
sulky = withdrawn and overly indulging in a sad mood
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