Pronunciation Noun

sulk (plural sulks)

  1. A state of sulking.
    Leo has been in a sulk all morning.

sulk (sulks, present participle sulking; past and past participle sulked)

  1. (intransitive) to express ill humor or offence by remaining sullenly silent or withdrawn.
Synonyms Related terms Translations
  • French: bouder, faire la gueule
  • German: schmollen
  • Italian: fare l'offeso, tenere il muso, tenere il broncio, imbronciarsi, piangersi addosso
  • Portuguese: amuar, estar mal-humorado estar de mau humor, ficar emburrado
  • Russian: ду́ться
  • Spanish: taimado, enfurruñarse

sulk (plural sulks)

  1. A furrow.

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