Jill of all trades

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Noun[edit]

Jill of all trades (plural Jills of all trades)

  1. alternative case form of jill of all trades.
    • 2006, Alice Sharpe, Duplicate Daughter, Harlequin (2006), ISBN 9781459225480, unnumbered page:
      She was a people person, a bartender for years, a Jill of all trades.
    • 2009, Grace Dobush, Crafty Superstar: Make Crafts on the Side, Earn Extra Cash, and Basically Have It All, North Light Books (2009), ISBN 9781600613203, page 20:
      Running a crafty biz means being a Jill of all trades, and you have to be a real self-starter (if you'll pardon the business jargon).
    • 2012, J. N. Sadler, Neighbors, Xlibris (2012), ISBN 9781477145043, page 44:
      She was the Jill of all trades there; shampoo girl, receptionist, and sweep up gal.