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- n. Plural form of ton.
- n. A lot; a large quantity (of something).
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a large number or amount
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I tell you, tons and _tons_ of snow fell into its mouth. "
Neighbors heard what they described as "tons of gunshots," and some hid under the covers in their beds, afraid to look outside.
Chronicles of Chaos, however, has more on its mind -- whole encyclopedias worth of more on its mind, as in tons of Greek mythology, several philosophical systems, and a lot of physics thrown in for good measure.
The windows let in tons of light — much appreciated by the betta fish named Dave — and give him a great spot to grow some plants for some air-purifying goodness.
Meenal Raval, one of the co-founder of PhillyFreeCycle estimates that the service diverts 456 tons from the city trash collection every year.
Sure, they pumped in tons of liquidity, but as we have established here, the money is being spread out globally this time and not just moved around in our borders.
The one that was given a short second season because a lot of crazy fans sent in tons of nuts, only to not tune in and actually watch the second season, but I digress.
This will surely pull in tons of revenue that the city is somehow anticipating for the Olympics.
Earth Day volunteers for the Anacostia Watershed Society removed 25 tons from the river in April.
I wish you all the best in tons and would love to know your creative works as they evolve.
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