noun, plural jacks-of-all-trades.
Origin of jack-of-all-trades
Examples from the Web for jack-of-all-trades
I had been entry clerk and shipper and jack-of-all-trades in the house.A Man of Samples|Wm. H. Maher
Judge Penniman was another who warned him heavily that it was time to quit being a Jack-of-all-trades.The Wrong Twin|Harry Leon Wilson
But as for the marriage he proposed, that it was not himself, but that it was between my Jack-of-all-trades and the maid Susan.
I've been a common sailors' cook, and a starving fisherman's Jack-of-all-trades!Armadale|Wilkie Collins
This Jack-of-all-trades was, of course, very valuable to his master.The Underground Railroad|William Still