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  • n. An unspecified large number (of).


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See +‎ -illion


  • But let's face facts--the man's got like thirty hojillion pro...

    Logan Working on Knights and Cops

  • Minecraft has sold something on the order of fifty hojillion copies, making its creator, Markus "Notch" Persson, a hero among indie developers.

    Ars Technica

  • Apple made a hojillion dollars this quarter, but that doesn't mean the rest of the tech industry has rolled over and died (they haven't, right?).


  • What we have in place of many of those old popcorn-muncher anime series are shows whose major premise hangs on cute girls being badasses (in which case there can be a hojillion figures made), or cute girls doing cute things (in which case there can be a hojillion figures made).


  • They have a hojillion different products, all with minor variations, and the result is a confusing mess.

    Ars Technica

  • Endings: It may just seem this way because I played a hojillion games this year, but there seemed to be a dearth of truly satisfying endings in this year's offerings.


  • So I guess the idea is, if Microsoft wants to wait a hojillion years between OS releases like they did after XP, at least Vista / 7 will pass XP before the next one comes out. News & Reviews

  • Apparently there are at least a hojillion stacks for doing Web Services ... so I went looking for the one that had the simplest-looking syntax and was the most familiar to me as a WCF developer.

    The .NET Addict's Blog

  • Google search is embedded into a hojillion websites as well as having browser plugins/toolbars for pretty much every browser.


  • Every time I think they're doing something stupid they sell five hojillion copies of their newest concept.

    Joystiq [Nintendo]


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