gazillion gazillion


  • (n) a very large indefinite number (usually hyperbole)


  1. The gazillion dollars spent on David Beckham notwithstanding, the idea of sports making Americans aware of the larger world is something of a contradiction in terms.
  2. Their next album would be the glossy, gazillion-selling breakthrough, but on Master of Puppets Metallica didn't bother with hooks or pop discipline.
  3. It is hard no, it is impossible to imagine any of the gazillion or so carefully marketed little bands of today replicating a quarter of that feat.


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  1. "I think it's awesome," Kenny Perry said. "The economy is down. We need something to boost us up. And there's going to be a gazillion reporters there, so it will be fun to be around. That place is going to come to life."
    on Feb 19, 2009 By: Kenny Perry Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "I am blessed to be on the show. It's the greatest show on television all around the world and ...... a gazillion people would love to be in my shoes," Abdul said Tuesday.
    on Jan 15, 2009 By: Paula Abdul Source: Toronto Star

  3. "They're saying [to Robert], 'We're all rehearsed, we're ready to go, here's a gazillion dollars on the table," Snider told MuchMoreMusic. "If you don't do it, we're going out with this kid. And he can sing the shit out of ZEPPELIN.' And...
    on Oct 8, 2008 By: Dee Snider Source:

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