Simple past tense and past participle of job.(verb)
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Use "jobbed" in a sentence
"And finally, there was the fight in the Mechanics 'Pavilion in San Francisco, when he was secretly jobbed from the first by a gun-fighting bad man of a referee backed by a small syndicate of bettors."
"Gillooly says that Harding was "very upset" by her fourth-place showing - she would later say publicly she was "jobbed" - in a December competition in Japan."
"The stables, too, were formerly filled with horses -- and very fine ones they were -- whereas now the number is greatly reduced, and many of those in the royal mews are "jobbed" -- _i. e._ hired by the week or month, as occasion requires, from livery stables."