jack-of-all-trades

[ jak-uh v-awl-treydz, jak- ]SEE DEFINITION OF jack-of-all-trades

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He'd been in the Pacific a while, they say, and was a Jack-of-all-trades in America.

To this let us add, finally, the versatile career of the jack-of-all-trades.

Here no keeper would be required; merely a Jack-of-all-trades.

So he calls him a "Jack-of-all-trades," that is, a man who did a little of everything.

They are required to be jack-of-all-trades, and masters of each.

I had been entry clerk and shipper and jack-of-all-trades in the house.

But look ye a little, what an excellent thing it is to be a Jack-of-all-trades!

A jack-of-all-trades, he knew how to cultivate the ground, but for himself only.

Levi was himself a "jack-of-all-trades," and he had trained some of them to the best of his ability.

It has decided that in every home there shall be a tradesman and a Jack-of-all-trades.

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