- n. Plural form of eon.
“They think nothing of jaunting off on ten thousand plus light-year journeys, expecting to meet up again eons in the future with nary a hiccup (except, of course, for the events in the story).”
“I rarely take sides in eons old wars except that I know that innocent people on both sides are being killed, harmed, and traumatized.”
“In the hugest year for democrats in eons they chose the only one who could of lost, and will.”
“Your hair-do is really cute too - I haven't seen you in eons, so it might not be new, but I noticed how cute the cut is in this photo.”
“As with all free software, support for these programs varies wildly, a few haven’t been updated in eons, and more than anything else, remember that you get what you pay for.”
“I’m not surprised … Obama is the weakest president this country has had in eons …”
“Let’s see – the “scandal” progressives have been salivating about for eons is about to go “poooof’ and vanish like the smoke and mirrors it is.”
“Both are considered the best prospects at their positions to come out of the draft in eons.”
“Telescopic Text is the most delightful use of hypertext I've seen in eons.”
“I would LOVE to return to Plimoth Plantation, where the photos were taken for the book; I haven't been in eons.”
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