- n. Plural form of million.
“It annually discharges to the ocean about 4,277,880 _millions of tons_ of fresh water, of which 2,112,120 millions of tons may be reckoned melted snow -- the quantity discharged before the thaw comes on being 4,512 millions of tons per day for 240 days, and the quantity after the thaw begins being”
“Yes," sighed the President, "but I cannot, I cannot withdraw my mind from the thought of the _millions, millions, millions_ who have perished!”
“Alaska is kind of an outlier, since they rake in millions and millions from the windfall profits tax they levied on the oil companies.”
“O'BRIEN: When you talk about -- and Judy used the term millions of pieces of data.”
“You often use the word "millions" to quantify amounts of things you use.”
“All his bs about EEEEVIL Lobbyists was just more hahaha as he raked in millions from the same corrupt Wall Street fuckers he now chooses to scold for the press coverage.”
“The total number of deaths in the Civil War was 620,000, of which a majority were Northerners, so "millions" is an exaggeration.”
“Ol Kofi and his sleazy son were raking in millions from the Iraqi people’s suffering.”
“So, anything out of his mouth, or anyone that receives hundreds of thousands or millions from the health insurance industry, is disingenuous.”
“You all that have taken millions from the Insurace Companies, Pharmaceutical Companies, and Health Care Chains are the only ones who are at risk.”
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Unabashedly stolen from a comment made by courier12.
Words heard in various REM songs that I enjoy and that I think are indicative of the band. Not too literally, of course.
Looking for tweets for millions.