And with that, he turned and walked through the thick haze back to his cubicle.
More than likely pushing buttons on a PC at a desk in a cubicle, answering phones, managing deadlines, and going to meetings.
Your cubicle mates pouring over their brackets with all of the serious intent and fevered diligence of Talmudic scholars.
We were given a cubicle next to Bill's at the Times during the filming of the movie.
Sure, your cubicle mate, neighbor, and aunt all own a Fitbit or JawBone fitness tracker.
He moved over to the side of the cubicle, turned the door switch back again.
She did hope Judith's room was near hers; at least hers was not a room, but a cubicle.
“Two men came down while you were in your cubicle,” remarked Carrados casually.
He stood at the door of The Guesser's cubicle, accompanied by a sergeant-at-arms.
Staff nodded, eyeing the cubicle indicated by the pencil-point.
mid-15c., "bedroom," from Latin cubiculum "bedroom," from cubare "to lie down," originally "bend oneself," from PIE root *keu(b)- "to bend, turn." With Latin -clom, suffix denoting place. Obsolete from 16c. but revived 19c. for "dormitory sleeping compartment," sense of "any partitioned space" (such as a library carrel or, later, office work station) is first recorded 1926.