Sulk over - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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sulk over (someone or something)
To have a brooding, sullenly aloof, silently resentful attitude or demeanor because of someone or something. A: "What's wrong with Jim?" B: "Oh, he's still sulking over being passed over for the promotion." You can't spend your whole life sulking over your husband. It's time to move on!
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He's gone about his business in a quiet and determined manner and not gone into a sulk over
what would have been a massive disappointment when he was dropped by England.
Aston Villa's record signing Juan Pablo Angel has insisted he will not sulk over
losing his first-team spot.