Definition of zillion
: an indeterminately large number zillions of mosquitoes
zillionthplay \ˈzil-yən(t)th\ adjective
Examples of zillion in a Sentence
I have a zillion chores to finish before we can leave.
Recent Examples of zillion from the Web
Khloe Kardashian stepped out on Saturday night wearing a white silk asymmetrical slip dress, and looked like a zillion bucks.
His extraordinary presence of mind in perilous conditions and his eye for ordinary details of the lives being annihilated around him tell you more than a zillion news reports could.
Making your bicycle glitter like a rolling Christmas tree by festooning it with a zillion blinking Mardi Gras throws is a laugh.
MINNEAPOLIS – Jharel Cotton and a cast of seemingly zillions stepped up for an A’s team that was stuck in the muck Thursday, carrying Oakland to an 8-5 win over the Twins.
Somehow, re-separating commercial and investment banking, out of a zillion possible specific examples of financial regulation, has become the shorthand for reining in bankers.
It has been said a zillion times that basketball is a game of runs.
David Schwan, Dale McGill, Doug Tinney, Eileen Spain and zillions more A So true.
The touchscreen radio with USB connectivity allowed me to easily toggle through the zillion channels available through SiriusXM or switch to listening to my favorite podcast through my phone.
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Origin and Etymology of zillion
z + -illion (as in million)
First Known Use: 1934See Words from the same year
ZILLION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of zillion for English Language Learners
: a very large number
ZILLION Defined for Kids
Definition of zillion for Students
: an extremely large number zillions of ants
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