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Word: cubicle

Definition: small chamber used for sleeping or work


Sentences Containing 'cubicle'

"Entertainment Weekly" awarded the season a "B+" and wrote that "The Office" "is clever and insular, capturing all the drudgery, awkwardness, and rivalry of cubicle living" and that the last five episodes help to illustrate that the series has "crossed the pond handily."
A prefect reported this as the school had strict rules about being in other pupils' cubicles, but Woolf felt that he had not broken the rules because he did not have his feet inside the cubicle at the time.
In Junior and Year 8 Divisions, boys have their own cubicle within a dormitory of eight.
On one occasion while combing his hair, Woolf leaned into a neighbouring dormitory cubicle to use the mirror.
Other features include the Canadian-Colombian co-production entitled ¿The Boss¿, which was a box-office hit internationally, as well as the comedy Cubicle Warriors now titled Bank$tas and the thriller Solo.
The last straw occurs when Quacker is swimming in the shower cubicle and floods the house.
To maintain the focus on equality among the employees, even "Dr. T", as the employees call their CEO, sits in an open cubicle and does not have an assigned parking space.

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