Definitions for sulksʌlk
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
to remain in sullen silence.
(n.)a state or fit of sulking.
the sulks, ill-humor shown by sulking.
Origin of sulk:
1775–85; back formation from sulky
a mood or display of sullen aloofness or withdrawal
"stayed home in a sulk"
sulk, pout, brood(verb)
be in a huff and display one's displeasure
"She is pouting because she didn't get what she wanted"
Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary
to stop talking, behaving nicely, etc. to show that you are upset
Is she still sulking about not going to the party?
a state of sulking.
to express ill humor or offense by remaining sullenly silent or withdrawn.
to be silently sullen; to be morose or obstinate
Sulk is the third album by Scottish New Wave band Associates. It was released in May 1982, and reissued as a CD in 2000 with extra tracks. It stayed in the British album chart for 20 weeks, reaching number 10.
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From our Multilingual Dictionary
- σκυθρωπάζω, μουτρώνω, κατσουφιάζωGreek
- mököttää, jurnuttaa, murjottaaFinnish
- bouder, faire la gueuleFrench
- tenere il broncio, fare l'offeso, imbronciarsi, tenere il musoItalian
- やさぐれる, 拗ねるJapanese
- whakamotutoke, whakakeke, whakamorokiMāori
- obrażać się, dąsać sięPolish
- [[estar]] [[mal-humorado]]/[[de]] [[mau humor]], amuarPortuguese
- кукситься, дутьсяRussian
- gücenmek, küsmek, darılmakTurkish
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