She sulked and anguished in her hotel room in Moscow and felt as if her boy had died.
"I know one big problem you're going to run into," Jones sulked.
Merrihew jammed his hands into his pockets and sulked with the world.
Then, instead of complying with their own rules, they pouted-up and sulked when they couldn't do as they wanted.
He was so surprised and angry that he went off by himself and sulked.
You sulked and whimpered again in the most unbearable manner.
The seventh chair was filled; all were present except Jack, who sulked in her room.
He tugged, he swam in frantic circles, he flopped and darted and sulked and rushed and leaped.
For it was St. Clair who had sulked and refused to stay in Boston.
He hadn't the courage to claim her himself, yet he glowered and sulked because another man responded to her bewitchment.
1781, back-formation of sulky (adj.). Related: Sulked; sulking.