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gagillion (plural gagillions)

  1. (slang, hyperbolic) An unspecified large number (of).
    • 1995, Martha C. Lawrence, Murder in Scorpio:
      The brochures basically told the same story Stan had given me: Pacific Properties owned a gagillion places that generated a gagillion dollars. The implication was that if you didn't invest you just didn't care about making easy money with no risk whatsoever to your original investment.
    • 2011, Karen Savage, Instructions Not Included: The Adventures of New Motherhood:
      Plus, there are about a thousand things that also could, or should get done in that time: a load of laundry, loading the dishwasher, tidying the kitchen, picking up a gagillion toys and blankies off the ground, restocking the change tables.