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sulk
used in Jane Eyre

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Definition
to be overly unhappy and unsociable — often due to disappointment or a sense of not getting what was deserved
  • Don't you think I had better take advantage of the confession, and begin and coax and entreat — even cry and be sulky if necessary — for the sake of a mere essay of my power?"
    Chapter 24 (29% in)

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