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jillion

(ˈdʒɪljən)
n. an enormous, indefinite number. I’ve got a jillion things to tell you.
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When Jillion Potter first stepped onto the rugby field at the University of New Mexico, she had no idea what she was doing.
According to Webster's 10th UMPTEEN appeared in 1918, ZILLION in 1934, and JILLION in 1942.
She gives up a jillion dollars and a pretty boyfriend for the love of
Jillion Weisberg is an account executive with Hubbard One who works primarily with law firms in the Western region of the United States.
When you have been in the gunsmithing business for over 42 years as I have, you have tried a jillion products.
Please don't sag joining clubs--I've heard that a jillion times.
As good as it is, the conventional plastic wad comes with one huge shortcoming--it remains on the scene for about a jillion years.
There's nothing," he adds, "like spending a jillion dollars" just when the newspaper industry hits the skids.
This way, you save money and don't end up with 50 jillion different batteries and chargers and lose track of which charger fits which battery, Plus, in the end, you've consumed fewer resources.
Perhaps that sense of beauty is what gives rise to the arts: poetry, music, painting, sculpture, dance--the state one reaches when hearing some superb violinist or singer; reading a mind-stopping poem; seeing some natural sight the Pacific shores, moonlight, a jillion stars at 2 AM.
Spend the morning in a meeting, the afternoon teambuilding in the wilderness, and the evening under a jillion stars you can actually see.
He got me about a jillion times and beat me with all his tricks.
I mean, that's just one example; there's a jillion others.
Hurry into the deli for turkey on whole wheat, and you'll see the counter is covered with mammoth-size muffins and cookies containing a jillion calories.
And it's 'leventy-'leven jillion quid to the chances of Austin Healey being invited to Graham Henry's next birthday party that the sort of sort-of music which will be inflicted on Joe Televiewer will be exactly that which Spotty Herberts call forth from ghetto blasters: rotten rock or pesky pop or rancid rap.