- adj. of an employee Whose work confines him or her to a desk.
- adj. restricted to working in an office rather than in an active physical capacity
- desk + bound (in sense of bind) (Wiktionary)
“The company implemented the kiosks several years ago so that the plant's workers, many of whom aren't deskbound, could have an accessible way to submit proposals.”
“The fantasy life of this deskbound Walter Mitty didn't stop at”
“Microsoft's Web versions of Office programs look strikingly like their deskbound originals, just with far fewer buttons at the top of each window.”
“The inescapable conclusion to be drawn from Apple's recent history is that the spectacular growth opportunities are in mobile devices, not deskbound computers or even laptops.”
“Tosh was a sculptor; he worked with his hands, with his body, heaving blocks of stone, while Piper, deskbound and increasingly, dismayingly flabby underneath her clothes, supported them.”
“It appears that the information age has been nothing but good news for the deskbound hockey fan.”
“I wanted to make certain that Geronimo knew from the get-go that I was not your run-of-the-mill, deskbound, suit-and-tie Fed.”
“You really must not deride the SMTs and other deskbound geniuses.”
“Knowing, as we do from your blog, that there are no occifers on the streets, the drop in crime can only be due to the efforts of these magnificent deskbound people. on April 26, 2008 at 4: 19 pm | Reply inspectorgadget dickiebo”
“Teachers are depicted as either overpaid drones protected by tenure or underpaid saints at the mercy of deskbound administrators and pushy parents.”
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