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Waac Line breaks: Waac

Definition of Waac in English:

noun

A member of the British Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps (1917–19) or the American force of the same name (later the WAC) (1942–78).
Example sentences
  • Indeed the Waacs learned their duties much more quickly than the men, most of whom had been classified as ‘limited-duty service.’
  • Fosdick Sends Baker a Plan for Organization on Lines of the British ‘Waacs.’

Origin

Acronym.

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