English to Arabic Meaning :: sulky

Sulky :
عابس
عابس, متجهم - عابس
 
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(1) Her heart-shaped face was now dabbed with a few tears, her mouth formed in a sulky pout.(2) Understandably, therefore, Coulthard has been irritated by the speculation surrounding his future, but in his defence, he has neither resorted to lashing out at his critics or wasting energy in sulky routines.(3) At the time, ironically, the review was dismissed as being by an obscure, sulky no-hoper rubbishing the likely winner.(4) Now, she's hoping her sulky blend of jazz will stir up interest in the U.S., too.(5) Say no more, except perhaps to point out that if you want your views taken seriously in Brussels, try to make sure you're smoking Gauloises and are accompanied by several hundred sulky colleagues in trucks.(6) Visitors to John's farm also get to view his large collection of farm and agricultural implements and timber cutting gear and have a ride on a draught horse slide or sulky .(7) Many times one gets the impression he would rather live life as his schizoid alter ego, a sulky , moody 12-year-old trapped in a man's body.(8) Teens are sulky , and moody and think WAY to highly of themselves for the most part.(9) She was a sulky , angry child, who hated her home overseas.(10) His mouth was sulky and his skin was so pale and thin that he looked almost transparent.(11) The postbags under his eyes have lost a few bulging packages, and his naturally sulky pout seems, if not upturned into an actual smile, at least faintly curved.(12) After she declined a proposal to have dinner with him he returned to his more sullen and sulky ways.(13) Rounding out the cast are her sulky daughter, a prisoner called Garin and a court troubadour, all of whom are suspects when the count is stabbed through the heart.(14) Chloe nodded, but refused to be pulled out of her sulky state.(15) Her mouth was pinched, almost sulky , as if she'd sucked on a lemon.(16) Although beautifully shot, the film is crippled by its sluggish pace, and it is difficult to muster much sympathy for the petulant, sulky Ishmael.
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Adjective
1. sullen ::
متجهم
2. huffish ::
huffish
3. gloomy ::
كئيب
4. sluggish ::
كسول
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