from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. work done at a desk, as by an office worker
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Work done at a desk, as by a clerk or writer.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Work done at a desk; habitual writing, as that of a clerk or a literary man.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I yearn for you like Agent Black yearns for deskwork.
Besides the deskwork, important occupations in Wengen were skiing in the winter, and jogging and mountain climbing in the summer.
Certainly processed food, stress, sedentary deskwork and driving are practically unavoidable in our modern lives.
Most Libra women will take a moment to shop, even when totally inconvenient—during lunch breaks, on the way home even though you are late, or between important deskwork—flipping through catalogs and online shopping sites.
Athletic, but with a little paunch from lots of deskwork.
Daniel sat at the old wooden table that obviously did double duty for deskwork and dining, scanning the page.
Unable to postpone the deskwork, Ty had finally closed himself in the study to wade through it.
He's a Bengali of the Bengalis, crammed with code and case law; a beautiful man so far as routine and deskwork go, and pleasant to talk to.
We spend a lot of time talking with management, either in person or over the phone, typically after fleshing out the fundamental issues over several hours of deskwork.
Terry, meanwhile, has been relegated to deskwork after accidentally shooting Derek Jeter at Yankee Stadium.