- adj.愠怒的，不高兴的; （天气）阴沉的; 悲哀的; 行动缓慢的
- 副词: sullenly;
- 名词: sullenness;
Bill sat in sullen silence and refused to eat his lunch.
a look of sullen resentment
Bob looked pale and sullen.
She gave him a sullen glare.
The offenders lapsed into a sullen silence...
Many of them remained sullen and resentful.
All my attempts to amuse the children were met with sullen scowls.
The euphoria of victory in 1945 had long since given way to sullen resentment.
Mark was sullen much of the time, and Lori was quiet and subdued.
The sullen girl refused to answer her mother's questions.
Sullen clouds are gathering fast over the black fringe of the forest.
The river waters roll by below their feet, sullen or sparkling.
He is gloomy of disposition and sullen of temper all day.
He looked up at the sullen sky.
Sullen and angry , the king of Israel went to his palace in Samaria.
于是以色列王闷闷不乐的回到撒玛利亚 、 进了他的宫.
For weeks, I remained , sullen on my Bunk, not eating, or caring, not working.
连续几周我都不吃不喝, 没去上班, 也没有理睬任何人.
英汉 - 翻译样例 - 文学
The day wore on and she preserved a sullen silence.
I rang again and a maid with a sullen face opened the door.
Rural towns exist on the fringe of civilization, filled with sullen , insular and mistrustful citizens.
田园小镇处于文明边缘, 满是沉郁 、 孤立而且狐疑的镇民.
It is no use for you to look sullen.
The sea was sullen and the sky heavy as lead . The storm would break any time.
The sullen boy grunted his apology.
His will was gone , and there remained only a sullen fury and despair.
She had not come to him today with this feeling of sullen antagonism.
A sullen fellow, isn't he?
他可真是个沉闷的家伙, 不是 吗 ?
In the afternoon five doctors said that they thought " Bigger was sane, but sullen and contrary. "
下午有五个医生说,他们认为 “ 别格精神正常, 但心情暴躁而矛盾. ”
He found the atmosphere curiously sullen and hostile.
Thereafter, Sullen whined the less, at least in Scarlett's presence.
从此以后, 苏纶就不大哭闹了, 至少在思嘉面前要好些.
The sunlight cleansed the day of its sullen shadows.
1. showing a brooding ill humor;
"a dark scowl"
"the proverbially dour New England Puritan"
"a glum, hopeless shrug"
"he sat in moody silence"
"a morose and unsociable manner"
"a saturnine, almost misanthropic young genius"- Bruce Bliven
"a sour temper"
"a sullen crowd"
2. darkened by clouds;
"a heavy sky"