bajillion

bajillion

n
an extremely large but unspecified number, quantity, or amount: They'll sell a bajillion of these.
determiner
amounting to a bajillion: a bajillion dollars.
[C20: on the model of million, billion, etc]
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An outrageous dresser and enthusiastic gamer, mum embraces being a single parent--a MAD, as her son describes it, giving him 'the love of a bajillion parents smushed into one.
It's a bajillion thoughts, all of them self-depreciating voices slowly eating my soul away.
Percy explains in the introduction: "There's like forty bajillion different versions of the myths, so don't be all Well, I heard it a different way, so you're WRONG
What makes Nerdfighteria so potent does seem to be the moral imperative that the Brothers Green throw at their bajillion viewers' feet: to take their weirdness and anxiety and turn it into empathy.
A bajillion investigations are ongoing to determine if Swallow & Co.
president replies that asking for this sum is the same as asking for "a kajillion bajillion dollars.
This double round trip is made a bajillion times every time you load a webpage.
In fact it is equal to other members of the indeterminate number system, such as BAJILLION, BAZILLION, GAZILLION and UMPTILLION.
I could eat a bajillion of those," Arnold wrote on his blog, cookingissues.
They themselves have squirreled away a couple of bajillion for themselves so they can sneak off and be rich somewhere else.