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sulky

horse-drawn, ultra-lightweight, single-seater, two-wheeled vehicle used by Standardbreds in races. Called also bike, gig.
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Even if this happens, after the sulk, do the same thing again so that eventually you get all your points across.
If a move does not materialise and Cabaye continues to sulk he will be banished to the reserves.
A soft dog that sulks if you raise your voice or a hard dog that defies you at every command and resists corrections no matter how high you turn up the e-collar juice?
Edward Heath went into a long sulk when replaced by Margaret Thatcher
It's rare to find a feminist group that ever mentions Daphne Sulk.
When the stock market doesn't get what it wants, and no one really knows what that is, it stalks off-in this case down-locks itself up in a financial ivory tower and sulks.
Obviously, he takes no interest in the house but I bet once the conservatory is up and he comes out of his sulk, he'll be the one sat in there with his newspaper.
The only one they would sulk with is me, for making the decision.
What is it with French players refusing to play and going in a sulk when they don't get their own way, such as Ben Arfa, N'Zogbia and Gomis to name a few?
What should have been a triumph for NaMo as he ascended the campaign committee throne has turned out to be a sulk melodrama by the old fox L K Advani.
It is better to build a team gradually than to bring in players who will pout and sulk," The Sun quoted Kalou, as saying.
With unemployment levels high, wages rising slower than the price of your weekly shop and climate change threatening to destroy the world as we know it, Barrie J Davies is hoping to capture the public mood with an organised sulk.