Definition of sullenness in English:

sullenness

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noun

See sullen

‘Anger or sullenness are certainly well-used tools in my emotional repertoire, but their employ doesn't usually lead to a happy ending for anyone in the household.’
  • ‘It is the same with his cynical suspiciousness and resentful sullenness.’
  • ‘The symptoms of sullenness, withdrawal and irritability are hard for others to ignore.’
  • ‘She waited to tell him of her decision until the main doors of the school opened, as if to greet them, and the girls streamed through in varying degrees of sullenness and exultation and prettiness and slouching disarray.’
  • ‘I tell the girl serving my story, hoping to break the sullenness of a graduate with the worst job in the world.’

Pronunciation

sullenness

/ˈsələnnəs/