jillion jillion  /ˈdʒɪl jən/


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


  1. All of which has been noted, debated, reviewed and reviled on any of the world's jillion websites and blogs devoted to football.
  2. But just on the horizon, heralding its arrival with the attention-getting power of a jillion jangling telephones, is a revolution in telecommunications.


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  1. "In Darfur and in the case of Burma, China is the eight-jillion-ton elephant in the room and needs to use some of its weight in a positive way," Williams said by telephone from Virginia.
    on Feb 12, 2008 By: Jody Williams Source: Reuters South Africa

  2. "Not in twenty JILLION years would I EVER have allowed this," wrote Love, who says she will sue Activision, the company behind it.
    on Sep 11, 2009 By: Courtney Love Source: guardian.co.uk

  3. "I hope it is made and I hope it makes a jillion dollars and that every little girl and boy sees it because I think she's great," Ms. Carter said of her character. "And I really do think that the baton needs to be passed."
    on Oct 29, 2007 By: Lynda Carter Source: New York Times

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