from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal An indeterminately huge number.
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- n. An unspecified large number (of).
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a very large indefinite number (usually hyperbole)
Abandoned canines are always more "interesting" than their mama-loved-me cousins, and adoption scores you a jillion brownie points.
But, between the ga-jillion dollars the Dark Knight made, the ga-jillion dollars that Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince will make and the potential of Terminator Salvation, I think WB will be fine money wise.
It 's possible: Rembrandt, Pollack and Warhol all sold on the street before they got their 15 jillion minutes of fame.
Last year's MNF show aside, if he throws for a jillion yards, it generally means that the Eagles are in BIG trouble.
About a jillion and a half oat eaters have been made in the area.
I have learned a ba-jillion lessons from my struggles.
I'm tired of having to follow a jillion plot points and trying to keep track of it all, and yearn for the 'good ol days' of done in ones ... and comics are so serious now.
It is amazing to me that there can be numerous health care plans in Congress plus a jillion speeches on the topic by the President and not once does anyone mention “torts.”
Another thing you have to remember is that with the Californication of America, the ideal housing development has a jillion 2,500 square foot houses that occupy virtually the entirety of the lots on which they're located.
This just in from Twilight UK (and about a jillion other people who emailed)
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