verb (used without object), odd-jobbed, odd-job·bing.
Origin of odd-job
Related formsodd jobber, odd-job·ber, noun
Examples from the Web for odd-job
Tony gave the odd-job man time to pick up the billet and presently strolled round, still drying his hands.
Two days he'd paint, and two days he'd odd-job, and two days he'd fish.Mrs. Tree's Will|Laura E. Richards
To complete the picture, Brown, the odd-job man, was delving holes destined to receive the posts of a pergola.
The odd-job man could not restrain a natural blush, but he was man enough to stand his ground.
Mr. Magnet and Toupee had gone to stare at the monoplane; they were presently joined by the odd-job man in an interrogative mood.Marriage|H. G. Wells