- cubic measure,
- cubic zirconia,
Origin of cubicle
Examples from the Web for cubicle
Sure, your cubicle mate, neighbor, and aunt all own a Fitbit or JawBone fitness tracker.
Bronze skin and corn-colored hair have faded into cubicle complexions and cowlicks.
Your cubicle mates pouring over their brackets with all of the serious intent and fevered diligence of Talmudic scholars.
More than likely pushing buttons on a PC at a desk in a cubicle, answering phones, managing deadlines, and going to meetings.
She seems to believe that enough employees are goofing off at home that she should bring them off the cloud and into the cubicle.Are Yahoo and Marissa Mayer Wrong to Ban Working From Home?|The Daily Beast|February 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Staff nodded, eyeing the cubicle indicated by the pencil-point.The Bandbox|Louis Joseph Vance
Elsie was more stand-off than actively disagreeable and kept herself to her own cubicle, but Mabel was openly annoying.The Jolliest School of All|Angela Brazil
The suspense as the footsteps hesitated at the cubicle was awful.The Roll-Call|Arnold Bennett
As soon as she was at liberty she went in search of Polly Love, expecting to find her in her cubicle, but the cubicle was empty.The Christian|Hall Caine
Bill Dickson strolled over from the direction of his own cubicle.Dogfight--1973|Dallas McCord Reynolds
Word Origin for cubicle
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.