When Elsa breaks up with Von Trapp and sulks off stage near the end, you hate to see her go.
Your heart bleeds for a 12-year-old who sulks after discovering the cruel realities of humanity.
Have your sulks out, lads; you'll come round like the Priscilla on a tack, and discover you've made way by it.'
She claimed a foul and went off in a fit of sulks, of course.
He had started uphill in a fit of sulks, and he was ashamed to stop.
Achilles, the man of action, without honour or imagination, sulks.
And so it came about that just before evening he stumbled upon the very same valley he had left in his sulks the morning before.
The wise man, Ulysses, suggests that he be brought from his sulks by mockery.
Kiki sulks, and he hid this morning, so he'll have even less than Toby.
The governor is in the sulks; he has shut himself up, and will not see me.
1781, back-formation of sulky (adj.). Related: Sulked; sulking.
A bout of depression or bad temper (1818+)