- adj. The ordinal form of number jillion.
“Mondo explains, for the jillionth time, that he misjudged Michael C. and has a lot of respect for him.”
“I stopped in at Jabberwocky after my plover warden shift yesterday to buy a copy of Mary Gordon's Seeing Through Places: Reflections on Geography and Identity, At the register I was like jillionth person to say "So, I've heard tell there are other books besides Harry Potter.”
““I am so sorry for all this,” Allegra said for the jillionth time that day.”
“Look, this special was totally enjoyable, and the concert footage demonstrated for the jillionth time that Beyonce is one hell of a performer - she can command an entire stadium's attention with the arch of an eyebrow.”
“They don't like that I get angry at him when I have to correct his work for the eleventy jillionth time, as though I should patiently take his hand and give him the same fucking lessons over and over again while simultaneously, I don't know, giving him head or something.”
“Look, this special was totally enjoyable, and the concert footage demonstrated for the jillionth time that Beyonce is one hell of a performer — she can command an entire stadium’s attention with the arch of an eyebrow.”
“That post compelled me to read JFK’s and RFK’s speeches for the jillionth time and further convinced me that the only way out of this swamp in which we seem hopelessly mired is to select and support candidates who will rise above the din, whose very policies elevate the discourse.”
“And not because for the jillionth time I’m sick with a chest cold, and this time, there’s the blood in the Kleenex to consider, but because of the ulterior motives that drove me here.”
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