from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal An indeterminately huge number.
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- n. An unspecified large number (of).
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. very large indeterminate number
- n. a very large indefinite number (usually hyperbole)
Tribal leaders have a "zillion" concerns, Johnson Pata said, and they are hoping to pare them down in meetings this week.
He says he has a "zillion" ideas on a wide-range of baseball topics.
Nevertheless, your one or two examples is not the "zillion" you were hoping for...
I’ve thought of that title a zillion times, but I hadn’t had the audacity till July 10th when George Bush himself officially took the words right out of my mouth.
It’s more like this: If you flip a biased coin a zillion times, the average result will differ from the one you get using an unbiased coin.
Android gives you access to Google Maps and all the other "zillion" apps that can be downloaded from the Android Market directly to the MOTOROI.
I don't think a "zillion" is an actual numerical term ...
Just talk talk talk. jimmy_7591: But he still gives "zillion" dollars to the walthy, just a different set of wealthy.
I heard he's pushed the TWA divestment price way up, so when he gets the gelt he can funnel it straight into some account he's holding, like some kind of zillion-dollar 'buy up Vegas' fund .... "
It's so dark out that not even ClarkfuckinKent could see me with X-ray vision, see through the dense darkness that's thicker than black Jell-O, thick as a zillion tons of bat hair.