More than likely pushing buttons on a PC at a desk in a cubicle, answering phones, managing deadlines, and going to meetings.
We were given a cubicle next to Bill's at the Times during the filming of the movie.
Your cubicle mates pouring over their brackets with all of the serious intent and fevered diligence of Talmudic scholars.
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.
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.