desk-bound

ADJECTIVE
  1. restricted to working in an office rather than in an active physical capacity
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How To Use desk-bound In A Sentence

  • Now, the computer signals a warning to all desk-bound individuals.
  • But the Army medical panel told him that the desk-bound nature of his job as a supply controller meant that he could rely on a further ten years of service.
  • The Government was trying to reduce the time police spent desk-bound, he said, and by next spring the numbers of officers should be up to 130,000.
  • John Lindberg, a desk-bound scientist, spends his coffee breaks walking up and down several flights.
  • I fear I have years of this ahead of me, as I can't see my career moving away from the desk-bound realm any time soon.
  • I'd love to be able to work out all day but my desk-bound job doesn't let me. The Sun
  • Today he said desk-bound senior ranking officers had also embraced the idea of taking to the streets regularly each month.
  • Unfortunately, I'm going to be desk-bound for most of it.
  • More people than ever are swapping their desk-bound jobs for a vocation that enables them to be hands-on, use their brain and be in charge of their own destiny.
  • Of course, home-bound consumers and desk-bound businessmen could drive, but petrol prices being what they are, that, too, is expensive. Times, Sunday Times
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