adjective, sulk·i·er, sulk·i·est.
noun, plural sulk·ies.
Origin of sulky
Examples from the Web for sulkily
"It's about time," Gus added, sulkily as he threw himself on the ground.Down the Slope|James Otis
Apparently they had no wish to know, for they nestled closer to their father, and sulkily rejected May's proffered caresses.That Unfortunate Marriage, Vol. 1(of 3)|Frances Eleanor Trollope
Before them he durst not strike her, and so, muttering some threats, he sulkily strode away into the forest.Algonquin Indian Tales|Egerton R. Young
All this he received as sulkily as possible, and it is clear that if he dared, and if he could, he would still defeat the measure.The Greville Memoirs|Charles C. F. Greville
The change of cars in Chicago was accomplished simply, Hannah thoroughly enjoying leading the way and Frieda sulkily following.The Wide Awake Girls in Winsted|Katharine Ellis Barrett