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sulky

a light two-wheeled vehicle for one person, usually drawn by one horse
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Stevie left alone beside the private lamp-post of the Charity, his hands thrust deep into his pockets, glared with vacant sulkiness.
He looked offended --as far as his old wooden face could express anything; and for days afterwards could be seen, almost any time of the day, sitting at the gate, with his nose over his knees, a pipe between his gums, and gathered up into a kind of raging concentrated sulkiness.
They were little dirty things--I couldn't have them about; and, besides, they took up too much of her time; but I believe that Mammy has always kept up a sort of sulkiness about this.
Delhi has also misread to some extent the reason for people's sulkiness there.
Neuroticism is distinguished by nervousness, sulkiness, and emotional instability (Fosse et al, 2015).
The basket is silently heaped up, and there is no sulkiness, to take away the blessing of the deed.
During the whole episode the role of media has remained questionable wherein the anchors and related media houses are involved in the sessions of peace dialogues but when any such incident happens, same people go back to their original positions of locking themselves in sulkiness.
NA items include fear, nervousness, irritability, worry, regret, boredom, anger, hopelessness, guilt, sadness, sulkiness and loneliness.