Synonyms for jobbed

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It was a creditor in the shape of the man of whom she jobbed her carriages.

If there is an election to be jobbed, it is S. Behrman who manipulates it.

They did not so much mind if the horse got wet, for the horse was jobbed; but the brougham was their own.

The horse was jobbed; the coachman did not count: he was only a man.

Florence, like Venice, and other Italian republics, jobbed her wars.

We jobbed our bayonets under the lager-beer counter, to provide for the case of any lurking foe in that quarter.

Say that if it so please them, these old ruins are my property, and are not to be jobbed out to the insolence of public curiosity.

Than I jobbed aroun' town three years doin' this an' that an' the other.

Just as much mine as if I jobbed it from Tilbury's, begad, for thirty pound a month.

And what I didn't do, I jobbed out, that is, I gave out to gunsmiths.