an indefinitely vast number; zillion.
of or noting such a quantity: a jillion problems.
- jillionth, noun, adjective
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How to use jillion in a sentence
But of course, the majority will say this knowing that this Congress will never in a jillion years write that sentence.
You heard this one a jillion times back when the law was being debated.
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 | Michael Tomasky | April 14, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
I've said all this a jillion times before, but it is simply not a mainstream political party in the traditional American sense.
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? | Michael Tomasky | September 17, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for jillion
informal an extremely large number or amount: jillions of pounds
- jillionth, adjective
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