adjective, sulk·i·er, sulk·i·est.
noun, plural sulk·ies.
Origin of sulky
Examples from the Web for sulky
His sulky had been drawn up before the gate for some time, and Jake Noyes had been lounging about the yard.Jerome, A Poor Man|Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
Europuai, the wild bush-girl, had been sulky all the time he was away, and she had given her a little beating with a bamboo.Rodman The Boatsteerer And Other Stories|Louis Becke
She was sulky and rebellious when told to return to her seat.The Book of the Bush|George Dunderdale
I think I might at least learn to be really like you, and if I must feel miserable, not to be unkind and sulky!The Young Step-Mother|Charlotte M. Yonge
He had begun to speak with a kind of sulky self-confidence; but his voice sunk lower as he proceeded.The Perpetual Curate|Mrs [Margaret] Oliphant