In professional wrestling, a wrestler that always loses, i.e., a day-to-day worker. From this word, the verb "job" originated, and from it, the verb "job," which is probably the most common usage today. Classic jobbers have plain tights, a generic name, and possibly a mask; anything else and they border on being jtts. In modern wrestling, the use of jobbers has decreased signifigantly, outside of luchadors.

Job"ber (?), n.


One who works by the job.


A dealer in the public stocks or funds; a stockjobber.



One who buys goods from importers, wholesalers, or manufacturers, and sells to retailers.


One who turns official or public business to private advantage; hence, one who performs low or mercenary work in office, politics, or intrigue.


© Webster 1913.

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