wac

IPA: wˈæk

Root Word: WAC

noun

  • (rail transport) The station code of Wan Chai in Hong Kong.
  • A member of the Women's Army Corps.
  • (US, slang, historical) A member of the Women's Army Corps, the women's branch of the United States Army from 1942-1978.
  • (US, military, historical) Initialism of Women's Army Corps.

Examples of "wac" in Sentences

  • Dealing with this clown is sort of like playing wac a mole with a chameleon.
  • In the past, the Humanitarian Bowl usually selected the WAC championship team.
  • The members of the WAC were the first women other than nurses to be in uniform.
  • Advertisement var doubleclick_ad_params = 'a = 1; r = 0; w = 1; wg = 1; wa = 51; wc = US; wac = pe; wac = br; wac = cp; wac = mo; wac = im; wac = ah; wac = mu; wac = n; wi = books; wi = drawing; wi = seattle; wi = sf; ra = 51; rg = 1; jid = 11461819; c = jo; pt = jo ';

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