Definitions for jerry-builder
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
built cheaply and flimsily; shoddy.
contrived or developed in a haphazard fashion.
Origin of jerry-built:
1865–70; jerry, of uncert. orig.
someone who builds cheap buildings out of poor materials on speculation for a quick profit
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