Definition of Sulky
Sulky
sulk·y


Definition/Meaning
(adjective)
upset/gloomy, bad-tempered, or resentful about something, and refusing to discuss it or cooperate;

e.g. She remained quiet and sulky, refusing to talk about what was bothering her.

(adjective)
suggesting ill temper and gloominess, or expressing such a mood;

e.g. He had a sulky expression and rarely smiled.

(noun)
a light horse-drawn vehicle with two wheels and seating for one person, usually used in racing;

e.g. He drove the sulky along the racing track.




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