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Job lot   /dʒɑb lɑt/   Listen
Job lot

noun
1.
A miscellaneous collection of things sold together.






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"Job lot" Quotes from Famous Books



... table. I gave a nod and got it for nine shillings. Then three rather striking looking chairs, black wood and cane bottoms. Four shillings each I gave for those. Then a metal umbrella-stand, four and sixpence. That was a mere luxury, but I was warming to the work. A job lot of curtains all tied together in a bundle went up. Somebody bid five shillings. The auctioneer's eye came round to me, and I nodded. Mine again for five and sixpence. Then I bought a square of red drugget for half-a-crown, a small iron bed for nine shillings, three watercolour ...
— The Stark Munro Letters • J. Stark Munro



Words linked to "Job lot" :   aggregation, collection, assemblage, accumulation



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