- an indefinitely vast number; zillion.
- of or noting such a quantity: a jillion problems.
Origin of jillion
Related Words for jillionprofusion, gathering, stockpile, scad, cluster, fullness, jumble, total, mint, bunch, mountain, congeries, lots, sum, trillion, much, hill, hoard, ream, agglomeration
Examples from the Web for jillion
Contemporary Examples of jillion
But of course, the majority will say this knowing that this Congress will never in a jillion years write that sentence.The GOP Could Make Obama Kill Obamacare
November 10, 2014
You heard this one a jillion times back when the law was being debated.The Five Biggest Lies About Obamacare
August 17, 2014
Would you ever in a jillion years suggest that your candidate take on racism within the GOP as a speech topic?You’re in Denial if You Think Steve Israel Is Wrong About GOP Racism
April 14, 2014
I've said all this a jillion times before, but it is simply not a mainstream political party in the traditional American sense.A Word on "Obamabot"-ism
May 1, 2013
Except that neither CAP nor Wallis would ever dream of doing such a thing in a jillion years.Why Must We Take the Family Research Council Seriously?
September 17, 2012
- informal an extremely large number or amountjillions of pounds
Word Origin for jillion
by 1939, arbitrary coinage, modeled on million, etc.