Examples of cubicle in a Sentence
data entry clerks busily typing in cubicles
Recent Examples of cubicle from the Web
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The act of twirling a pencil has satisfied generations of antsy cubicle inhabitants, and a sturdy Ticonderoga costs mere pennies.
A few cubicles away, her fellow airmen, anticipating good news, have bought a celebratory cake.
Police said a bullet came through the ceiling and landed in a cubicle Monday at Cargill Corp. on Indianapolis Boulevard.
Courtney is sitting in a chilly cubicle, where purplish-pink overhead lights, designed to make the video stand out, give the room a feeling of perpetual dusk.
Hitting the office’s legendary Indianapolis corner where the C/D art department transitions into the editorial cubicle farm, the rear-drive Buzzaround would gently lift the right rear wheel, with the rider feeling a queasy and tipsy sensation.
The inside, appearing to be a little longer than the length of a basketball court, first reveals the wooden cubicles that were part of the Wildcats’ locker room.
CLEVELAND, Ohio - Employees use to work alone in separate cubicles, each striving to attain individual goals.
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Origin and Etymology of cubicle
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
CUBICLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cubicle for English Language Learners
: a work space in a large office with a desk that is usually surrounded by low walls
: a small space in a public room (such as a bathroom) that has walls for privacy
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