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sulky

a light two-wheeled vehicle for one person, usually drawn by one horse
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At least you'll know where you stand if she sulks at that.
Edward Heath went into a long sulk when replaced by Margaret Thatcher
It's rare to find a feminist group that ever mentions Daphne Sulk.
Just when Modi's backers were celebrating his elevation the patriarch has gone into a sulk leaving partymen at a loss
With unemployment levels high, wages rising slower than the price of your weekly shop and climate change threatening to destroy the world as we know it, Barrie J Davies is hoping to capture the public mood with an organised sulk.
The Mute Sulk immediately put his iPhone and speakers on.
They don't sit around and sulk or throw the toys out of their pram if they don't make the team.
We can either sulk about it - we didn't sulk last year - and we can't sulk this year.
For those who sulk as their way of dealing with things, not only does this play havoc with those individuals, but sulking behaviour causes unnecessary stress, tension and upset to others around these people, almost acting as a deliberate punishment.
VERDICT Fair Along doesn't exactly sulk when he fails to grab an early lead, but he runs with a lot more enthusiasm when he is allowed an easy time of things up front and I'm not convinced he's got the pace to track over from stall 13 without having to work too hard to assume his favoured role.
If you must sulk, do it someplace fabulous like Baja.
REGARDING Roger Skidmore's article 'The Incredible Sulk.