Definition of Cubicles

1. Noun. (plural of cubicle) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Cubicles

1. cubicle [n] - See also: cubicle

Lexicographical Neighbors of Cubicles

cubic millimeter
cubic millimetre
cubic niter
cubic yard
cubica
cubical
cubically
cubicalness
cubicas
cubicities
cubicity
cubick
cubicle
cubicled
cubiclelike
cubicles (current term)
cubiclize
cubiclized
cubiclizes
cubiclizing
cubicly
cubics
cubicula
cubicular
cubiculum
cubie
cubies
cubiform
cubilose
cubing

Literary usage of Cubicles

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Health at School: Considered in Its Mental, Moral, and Physical Aspects by Clement Dukes (1905)
"Of all school arrangements cubicles are undoubtedly the worst. ... The cubicles in Large Dormitories are constructed in a very large room, ..."

2. Electricity Control: A Treatise on Electric Switchgear and Systems of by Leonard Andrews (1904)
"142 is a view of the space between two adjoining cubicles. Fig. 143 is a view of the connections behind the generator panels F, fig. 140. ..."

3. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1906)
"The cubicle was separated from the rest of the building, which contained a number of similar cubicles, by wooden partitions which did not reach the ceiling. ..."

4. The Offender and His Relations to Law and Society by Burdette Gibson Lewis (1921)
"THE OFFENDER side wall in which the windows are placed and the ends of the cubicles, and in some cases the ends of the cubicles facing this wall will be ..."

5. The Book of Health by Malcolm Alexander Morris (1883)
"These cubicles consist of a large room, partitioned off either by boards ... I know a master who has those cubicles in one of the dormitories at his school. ..."

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