zillionth


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zillionth

(ˈzɪljənθ)
n
a very small fraction, as if divided by a zillion
pron
an event or thing that has happened countless or a zillion times
adj
referring to something that has happened a zillion times, or a countless number of times
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I cannot imagine a more even-tempered and accommodating person--answering the same question for the zillionth time as if it were the first, reassuring an apprehensive patient at the end of an 11-hour day and so forth.
Excellent goalkeeping for the zillionth time from Stojkovic.
Apple Inc has been cobbling together a collection of expensive web video series (and a movie) as it makes its zillionth attempt to become a little more like Netflix and reduce its reliance on iPhone sales.
Instead, the point has to be laboured for the zillionth time.
The first in your soul, as you sit in your wellies, saying, "wow, isn't this amazing!" for the zillionth time that day.
That's the same Caitlyn who is the stepparent of Kim Kardashian, who -- also recently -- took on haters claiming she's faking her latest pregnancy when she posed naked at six months along for her zillionth social media selfie.
DRAGON'S DEN returned for its zillionth series last week and, other than a personnel overhaul (including one bloke who looked like a hastily remoulded waxwork of former Dragon Theo Paphitis), things were drudgingly familiar.
"I really believe this is a great deal for the citizens of Worcester,'' City Manager Edward Augustus stressed for the zillionth time, through gritted teeth, perhaps attempting to forestall the inevitable what's-in-it-for-us fest that followed.
WE ALSO heard about Russia's principled stand on the Cyprob for the zillionth time and were informed by Nik about the "mutual understanding" between the two countries which supported "each other on all issues but primarily on the Cyprus issue, the economy and the Ukrainian crisis."
Real Madrid are the richest club in the world and yet they still felt the need to sell themselves in this way in a bid to make some cash, [pounds sterling]450million by the sound of it, which will probably help them get round Financial Fair Play so they can break the world transfer record for the zillionth time.
Horse racing: McCoy gets one zillionth winner and one zillionth injury, Ryan Moore relentless and unrecognised.
Watching Israel's reign of terror return to Gaza once again with full vindictive force over the past few days though, targeting a helpless, defenseless civilian population for the zillionth time while the world stands and stares, one tends to join people like Ahmadinejad in their wishful thinking.