Some will go off and sulk, and their followers will stay home on Election Day.
If the Supreme Court overturns the health-care law, Democrats will be tempted to sulk and feel sorry for themselves.
Every interaction with her was fraught lest she would throw a sulk or sink into a pout.
The cop swiftly rebukes Bieber, who then goes off to cross his arms and sulk petulantly in a corner.
Florence is my chimney-corner, where I can sulk and be happy.
When I entered he was not pleased to see me—in fact, he showed a disposition to sulk.
There was no doubt of the depth of his discouragement and depression, but he was plainly too good stuff to sulk for long.
She did not sulk; she had lost hope, she was temporarily beaten.
Out on you, you chicken-hearted swab, to sulk and fret like a babe new weaned!
The very children gloom and sulk if they are left with nothing to do.
1781, back-formation of sulky (adj.). Related: Sulked; sulking.