[ US /ˈdʒɪɫjən/ ]
  1. a very large indefinite number (usually hyperbole)
    there were millions of flies
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How To Use jillion In A Sentence

  • There are a bajillion websites that purport to interpret dreams, but most of them appear to utilize the scientific method commonly referred to as "guessing."
  • It 's possible: Rembrandt, Pollack and Warhol all sold on the street before they got their 15 jillion minutes of fame. Sidewalk Impressionism
  • Here on the Front Range, we get jillions of the little guys every spring.
  • I'm a little sleepy and uploading these pics is taking a bajillion years so I'll leave this lot to amuse you for now and resume broadcasting tomorrow at some decent hour.
  • I will be staying with my family and I have jillions of relatives including many young nieces and nephews.
  • When you compare it to previous wars, the Second World War, the Vietnam War, a jillion other wars, civilian casualties were very low.
  • And I ask you this speaking as a guy and knowing that you've probably asked this question a bajillion times yourself.
  • All the fish have mommies and daddies and grandmas and grandpas all the way back for a jillion years.
  • There are a bajillion catfish restaurants in Hot Springs!
  • Eddie's commitment issues are nothing that we haven't seen a bajillion times before in other, better movies, and we really don't learn anything else about him.
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