If the Supreme Court overturns the health-care law, Democrats will be tempted to sulk and feel sorry for themselves.
Some will go off and sulk, and their followers will stay home on Election Day.
Every interaction with her was fraught lest she would throw a sulk or sink into a pout.
The cop swiftly rebukes Bieber, who then goes off to cross his arms and sulk petulantly in a corner.
Florence is my chimney-corner, where I can sulk and be happy.
He did not sulk in his tent, however, but pursued his work with unabated zeal.
There was no doubt of the depth of his discouragement and depression, but he was plainly too good stuff to sulk for long.
No, but I will not encourage your whims; you chose to sulk, it was no fault of mine.
Out on you, you chicken-hearted swab, to sulk and fret like a babe new weaned!
I was determined to sulk, and should have been glad to have something to sulk at.
1781, back-formation of sulky (adj.). Related: Sulked; sulking.