- adj. informal The ordinal form of number zillion.
- n. informal The person or thing in the zillionth position.
- n. informal One of a zillion equal parts of a whole.
“At the Javits Center this week, I caught a fresh-faced salesman giving his zillionth demonstration of a new shopping technology.”
“It's baby steps, but maybe I am slowly coming to understand that a small contribution, a modest gift or a kind word matter more now than the zillionth eloquent diatribe about the villains.”
“Now I think I will and replay BG2 for the zillionth time.”
“I should be writing a book right now and not responding to the zillionth linkless attack on the ills of the blogosphere, this time from NPR's outgoing ombuds, Alicia Shepard, who blames the "dark side" and "lousy job" of the blogosphere for NPR's own admittedly unclear (not to mention wrong-headed, in my view) memo forbidding staff from so much as stepping near the Jon Stewart Restoring Sanity rally.”
“And for the zillionth time, someone uses the phrase “War in Iraq” as a synonym for “having soldiers stationed in Iraq”.”
““And also when we have to answer stupid twin questions, and when people compare us to each other, and I have to say for the zillionth time that I have the bigger nose.””
“May 15, 2009 at 7: 17 AM tool number one zillionth joins the online photo edit tool club (cheering).”
“And anyway, we need to be able to parachute in un-sophisticated westerners to "embed" for like a day and a half and score sweet Twitpics of them posing in flak jackets in front of tanks, and soldiers behind a wall firing and/or reloading their machine gun for the nine zillionth time.”
“Seriously, do the authors really expect that the zillionth repetition of the obvious will help longtime foes reconcile and revive the peace process?”
“It probably came apart in the washer or dryer after its zillionth wearing.”
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