Job-lot



noun
1.
a large, often assorted quantity of goods sold or handled as a single transaction.
2.
a miscellaneous quantity; a quantity of odds and ends.
noun
1.
a miscellaneous collection of articles sold as a lot
2.
a collection of cheap or trivial items

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