Jill-of-all-trades

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Noun[edit]

Jill-of-all-trades (plural Jills-of-all-trades)

  1. Alternative form of jill of all trades.
    • 1999, Myrna Temte, Wrangler, Silhouette Books (1999), ISBN 9781459260047, unnumbered page:
      She was the head nurse and Jill-of-all-trades at the Sunshine Gap clinic.
    • 2011, Jenny Devitt, in Wildlife Film-making: Looking to the Future (ed. Piers Warren), Wildeye (2011), ISBN 9781905843022, page 83:
      However, I have no pretensions to being either an expert cameraperson or editor: a bit of a Jill-of-all-trades, you might say.
    • 2012, Melissa Bourbon, A Fitting End, Obsidian (2012), ISBN 9781101574843, unnumbered page:
      She was a Jill-of-all-trades: part-time photographer for the town, freelance photojournalist, wannabe medical examiner, and expert on all things supernatural... including a strange but thorough knowledge of the Cassidy family.