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sulky

a light two-wheeled vehicle for one person, usually drawn by one horse
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Point out to him (perhaps even give him a letter) that it's not the row but the sulking that's driving you apart and that while all couples argue, they don't sulk for days.
READ IT THE day Mum didn't get dressed, Dad called her a 'wild thing' and she stropped off upstairs for a sulk in the bath.
Cabaye will have to play for the reserves if he continues to sulk after Arsenal's PS12million bid for him was rejected.
She'd sulk, shake, whine and sometimes, if I made the mistake of dropping her lead, run away.
When I sulk I keep myself to myself, eat a lot of junk food and don't really do too much
He failed to stand up to the militant trade unions and went into a long sulk when replaced by Mrs Thatcher.
Before his 1997 suicide, out Scottish singer Billy MacKenzie cut the startling 1982 new-wave classic Sulk (with his band Associates), cowrote Shirley Bassey's "The Rhythm Divine," and filled U.
Callaway of the Sulk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, Calif.
Too big to play hop-on-pop with his little siblings, too small to go hiking with his big brother, but always called upon to do middle-sized chores such as baby sitting, he decides enough is enough and runs to his hideout to sulk.
It is so self-conscious, so apparently moral, simply to step aside from the gaps where the creeks and winds pour down, saying, I never merited this grace, quite rightly, and then to sulk along the rest of your days on the edge of rage.
But you've probably neverheard of 15-year-old Daphne Sulk, who was stabbed to death by her 38-year-old boyfriend after he got her pregnant.
Then, if they don't get what they want, they throw a tantrum, stalk off, slam doors, lock themselves in and sulk.