A job lot of curtains all tied together in a bundle went up.
I, Thomas Talbot, do offer for sale one job lot of articles.
They were a job lot, accumulated to offset and counteract his influence.
The Whites of his day there were what tradesmen call a job lot.
A job lot of precious jailbirds that I was acting as escort of, your Lordship!
I made elaborate preparations for the capture of this job lot of phantoms upon the next anniversary of the fight.
Hebrew—So help me, Abraham, I vould give a quarter for a job lot of dat stuff.
The others were photos of family groups, churches, etc., and they suggested in an unmistakeable way a “job lot” at an auction.
As you know, ma'am, the servants here are a job lot; they don't know nothing about the house.
Job Lot—An incomplete assortment of goods to be disposed of in a lump.