Two days he'd paint, and two days he'd odd-job, and two days he'd fish.
Tony went to cleanse his hands, leaving the odd-job man chuckling.
"Lots," replied the odd-job man, pressing closer to the hedge.
The odd-job man mildly whispered the equivalent of "How very annoying!"
They become villa parasites and odd-job men, and grow basely rich and buy gramophones.
Besides this, he had glided into a sort of apprenticeship to the odd-job line of business, and was very useful to his principal.
These, with a few hands at lambing time, and two or three odd-job men at the central station, make up the whole staff.
Regardless of Mrs. Peters' late instructions, the odd-job man dropped a generous portion of grass and stood transfixed.
Probably truth was partly expressed by the odd-job man in words—wholly expressed by his words and inflection.
The odd-job man, congratulating himself on extraordinary cunning, bent forward and essayed a kiss of welcome.