We can stand silently and sullenly beside them since, ideologically speaking, there is nowhere else to go.
And defeated Germany sullenly nursed her wounds, its people casting about for someone to blame.
All his reply was, sullenly to set himself to packing his mules.
"A mighty poor set of laws they are," grumbled Thornton sullenly.
"I ain't here to hoit youse," he said, sullenly, after a minute's silence.
The father's arm dropped; he stood there sullenly looking at her.
"I never read him in my life," responded Radcliffe, sullenly.
Did not Ethel Gordon ask him particularly to come, and did he not refuse her sullenly?
But Mercedes looked up at Mrs. Hughson sullenly; then broke away from Jamie's arms and ran upstairs.
Monsieur, the duke of Orleans, was sullenly residing at Blois.
1570s, alteration of Middle English soleyn "unique, singular," from Anglo-French *solein, formed on the pattern of Old French soltain, from Old French soul "single" (see sole (n.2)). The sense shift in Middle English from "solitary" to "morose" occurred late 14c.