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sulky

sulk·y

sulky

 
pronunciation:
suhl ki
parts of speech:
adjective, noun
part of speech: adjective
inflections: sulkier, sulkiest
definition 1: in a sullen, bad-tempered mood, esp. for no good reason.
antonyms:
cheerful
similar words:
petulant
definition 2: given to such moods.
similar words:
huffy, moody, petulant, sullen
definition 3: unpleasant or overcast.
a sulky afternoon
 
part of speech: noun
inflections: sulkies
definition: a light horse-drawn carriage with two wheels that is made to carry one person, used esp. in harness racing.
similar words:
cart
derivations: sulkily (adv.), sulkiness (n.)