sulky

[ suhl-kee ]SEE DEFINITION OF sulky

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SULKY

If I bear marks, y'ought to see the antelope; and the sulky!

“Eleven years,” was the answer, after a moment of sulky hesitation.

But this sulky, slave-driving cub must needs force the quarrel from the start.

He would give the roan a flick, and his sulky would flash by.

Gene and Clark came in, sulky still, and inclined to snappishness when they did speak.

She kissed me affectionately, and on seeing my sulky face asked if I was not satisfied.

Arthur paused, looked at him angrily, but was too sore and sulky to reply.

"Ought to git 'em some eyeglasses then," was the sulky response.

"If it's a dog race, there won't be any price on him," was the sulky response.

It eddied through the sulky between the dashboard and the curtained sides.

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