adjective, sulk·i·er, sulk·i·est.
noun, plural sulk·ies.
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Example sentences from the Web for sulkiness
To drive back the tears I called to my aid all the callousness and sulkiness which I possess.Tell England|Ernest Raymond
Yet he was always polite, and she judged from the past that his sulkiness would not last long.Irma in Italy|Helen Leah Reed
Mark here the moral of the tale, and learn the nature and the cure of sulkiness.The History of the Rise, Progress and Accomplishment of the|Thomas Clarkson
"I s'pose I be—leastways, he thinks so," he answered in a compound tone of fierceness and sulkiness.Rathfelder's Hotel|Annie E. Bosworth
When Effie said these words, Lawson gave her a startled glance, and George's sulkiness seemed to vanish magically.A Girl in Ten Thousand|L. T. Meade