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jillion

(ˈdʒɪljən)
n. an enormous, indefinite number. I’ve got a jillion things to tell you.
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According to Webster's 10th UMPTEEN appeared in 1918, ZILLION in 1934, and JILLION in 1942.
I am concerned that once we introduce them to the market, a jillion copycats will steal our design.
There were a jillion meetings to accomplish all this, but the market responded by giving good values to the new spinoffs and the Whitman stock has held up pretty well.
The primitive half hasn't evolved in the last several million years, and the logical half is moving at a jillion miles an hour.
Most of the islands were purchased a jillion years ago for peanuts," says real estate agent Dede Coulter of Alaska Pacific Realty in Sitka.
Ask yourself this question: How will I improve my bottom line if my employees get information from the Internet at the rate of 4 kazillion gigabytes per second or 1 jillion gigabytes per second?
They had to have made a jillion of them because I see a Flobert or two at every gun show I attend.
Jillion Weisberg begins by framing CRM in terms of its evolution, and points out three stages by which we're seeing the next generation of CRM emerge.
God knows the DWP needs supervision and there are a jillion other matters that need attention in the city.
Some dictionaries include JILLION, but only vaguely defined as 'a very large number'.
Using Dole Fruit Bowls plastic containers, children will have the chance to make "a jillion things" for teachers, friends and parents.
I've loaded and unloaded a jillion moon clips for 1917s and Webleys with no problems whatsoever.
GRIFFITH PARK - Ed Krupp stood Tuesday before a million galaxies and a jillion stars, dwarfed by the new ``Big Picture'' at Griffith Park Observatory.
Weight, the availability of a jillion AR-15 accessories and being able to bring to the market a .