noun, plural zil·lions, (as after a numeral) zil·lion.
Origin of zillion
Examples from the Web for zillion
Google, data aggregators, and a zillion other tech and not-so-tech companies need to do it, too.
As with every von Trier film, there will be a zillion think pieces on whether or not the filmmaker is a misogynist.‘Nymphomaniac,’ Lars von Trier’s Icy Orgy of Sex and Self-Loathing, Bows At Sundance|Marlow Stern|January 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
With its generous quota of automatic weapons and breaking glass, Die Hard 2 is superficially like a zillion other action movies.Seriously, ‘Die Hard’ Was a Novel Before It Was a Movie and a Good One|Malcolm Jones|December 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
To be sure, a zillion Obama critics are dumping on the bifurcated break.Michelle Obama Stranded by Her Man as Barack Goes on a Golfing Weekend|Lauren Ashburn|February 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
There are a zillion stories at multiple levels churning around every day of every week or every year.Will Mark Thompson Survive as New York Times CEO Amid Jimmy Savile Scandal?|Michael Moynihan|November 2, 2012|DAILY BEAST
There were about a zillion startups who were trying to make a buck on the Xnet.Little Brother|Cory Doctorow
noun plural -lions or -lion
- amounting to a zilliona zillion different problems
- (as pronoun)I found a zillion under the sink
Word Origin for zillion
1944, arbitrary coinage with no definite numerical value; first recorded in Damon Runyon.