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sulk about someone or something

 and sulk over someone or something
to pout or be sullen about someone or something. What are you sulking about now? There is no need to sulk over Mary.
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One reason feminist groups didn't turn Daphne Sulk into their new poster girl may be because she'd refused to have an abortion.
His ponderous sulks are well known -- as home minister, he was made deputy prime minister in the NDA Government.
Barrie J Davies is hosting a mass sulk outside Cardiff's City Hall on Friday
Anyone who says they haven't had a bit of a sulk not being in the team is lying," he said.
They know me and they can deal with it or sulk about it but it's no time to be sulking.
How soon before Shaq starts to moan and groan and sulk and bulk up about Pat Riley's too-intense practices?
We don't hold on to our anger or sulk like my husband does.
NEIL EARDLEY refused to sulk after he was parachuted into Wales' Under-21 squad for the double-header against Luxembourg.
But if Berbatov believes that the best way to tempt Sir Alex Ferguson to part with pounds 20million or more is to sulk about and cut down on his work rate, he is kidding himself.
Aston Villa's record signing Juan Pablo Angel has insisted he will not sulk over losing his first-team spot.
MR DINOS and Sulk gave Britain a one-two in the Prix Royal-Oak - the French St Leger - at Longchamp yesterday.
Gavin (Matthew Horne) lifts a giggling Stacey (Joanna Page) over the threshold and everything in their world seems rosy until best pal Smithy (James Corden) turns up in a sulk because his friend has not been answering his phone, and he's been ringing him every day for three weeks.
BRITISH challengers Mr Dinos and Sulk must overcome a strong dual assault from the Andre Fabre stable if they are to win this afternoon's Prix Royal-Oak - the French St Leger - at Longchamp.
British interest is provided by Sulk and the unbeaten Albanova, while Italian Oaks winner Guadalupe represents Germany.