Origin of mil1
Definition for mils (2 of 2)
Origin of mil2
Examples from the Web for mils
Four mils would be too little, and five mils would be too much.
Let the members be assured that nine half-pence will be, for every practical purpose, 18 mils.
And against the first target the accuracy observed was about .7 mils, in standard deviation.
Just as it left the town, however, it was cheered and assisted by a guide-board, upon which was the legend "10 Mils to Hawkeye."The Gilded Age, Complete|Mark Twain and Charles Dudley Warner
When we include the round-to-round dispersion, it becomes only 1.24 mils.