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sulk
used in A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

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Definition
to be overly unhappy and unsociable — often due to disappointment or a sense of not getting what was deserved
  • On that last Saturday morning, Francie strapped Laurie into her two-wheeled sulky and took her down on the street.
    Chapter 56 (10% in)
  • Gussie sulked and bided his time for nine long months.
    Chapter 29 (10% in)
  • She took Laurie to the park, lifted her out of the sulky and let her run around on the grass.
    Chapter 56 (24% in)
  • Pulling Laurie along in the sulky, Francie went over for a last look at her old school.
    Chapter 56 (26% in)

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