jobber jobber  /ˈdʒɑ bər/


  • (n) someone who buys large quantities of goods and resells to merchants rather than to the ultimate customers



  1. To Chicago's radio and television stations, Lar Daly, an obscure stool jobber with an unappeased appetite for public office, is a chronic squawk of static.
  2. For every $1,000 of Union Tobacco goods a jobber buys he is to get one certificate of Union Tobacco stock worth nominally $30.
  3. Dirty ratnutty judgehoodlumlazy blood-sucking jobber William Halitosis Thompsonblustering loudmouth, irresponsible mountebankblubbering jungle.


  • WWE Superstar Cody Rhodes: Thoughts on a Rhodes vs. Colter Feud

    WWE Superstars Cody Rhodes , Antonio Cesaro and Zeb Colter are all pretty much directionless. Rhodes has been reduced to a high-class jobber, Cesaro does nothing but squash Sin Cara and Zeb...well, Zeb is still actually pretty good at what he does. With that said, I sometimes wonder why it is WWE doesn't do the obvious thing anymore. Granted, a swerve is nice every so often (the recent one ...
    on July 2, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report


  • "Now, in the area where we live, there are a lot of independents who are just caught on the price that they get from their refiner through the jobber," McGraw said. "They don't have much discretion but to try to survive."
    on Sep 27, 2008 By: Darrell McGraw Source: Beckley Register-Herald (registration)

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