A modern adjective describing an object possessing the shape of a cube. Also, a popular extension of the same naming convention of triangle, which has the adjective of triangular.
The cubular shape of the bookshelves.
by Olly Speed January 25, 2005
like circular, but for cubes
the building has a cubular structure
by drummerbeans September 08, 2011
Cubular describes anything which is "cool" in a "business-geek" office-context. Often used ironically. This is a term derived from "cubicle" and the surf-slang "tubular."
The latest Blackberry; a new flat-panel display; highly effective CRM software; an entertaining web site; the latest designer cubicle-space or office furniture: all these things are "cubular."
by James Barringer July 29, 2005

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