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  • noun Plural form of septillion.

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Examples

  • After an elaborate computation of hereditary possibilities, biologists announce that the chance of any two human creatures being exactly alike is one in five septillions.

    The New Education A Review of Progressive Educational Movements of the Day (1915)

  • Why, just with an alphabet of twenty-four letters, Leibnitz the great mathematician, calculated that over six hundred septillions of easily pronounceable words, none over three syllables long, could be arranged.

    The Boy With the U.S. Census

  • That will probably double the final bill, coupled with the construction costs, for a total of more than $31 septillions.

    Gizmodo

  • That will probably double the final bill, coupled with the construction costs, for a total of more than $31 septillions.

    Gizmodo

  • • Now you need to add air, which will require 8.23 quintillion cubic meters of Nitrogen, and 1.65 quintillion cubic meters of oxygen, for a total delivery cost of $2.81 septillions and $212.46 quintillion.

    The Kool Aid Report

  • Altering a few molecules out of the septillions in the human body surely wouldn't affect much - except our bodies are made of molecules that copy themselves (that's kind of the point), and such radiation damage can have extremely nasty consequences.

    The Daily Galaxy: Great Discoveries Channel

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