1. variant of caco- before a vowel.

Other definitions for C.A.C. (2 of 2)


  1. Coast Artillery Corps. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use cac- in a sentence

  • The call of the male is a human-like, loud, clear cac-cac-cac; that of the female is said to be more harsh and often broken.

    What Bird is That? | Frank M. Chapman
  • I cac'late in my time I hev hed more'n a hundred pounds o'wool pulled into my eyes 'n' I ain't blind yit.

    Rockhaven | Charles Munn
  • But I don't cac'late ye will, Mr. Page, an' we'll all on us be satisfied to git our hats back.

    Rockhaven | Charles Munn
  • Then we gathered round, peekin' in the door 'n' winders ez if cac'latin' to enjie Abe's dyin' agonies.

    Rockhaven | Charles Munn
  • At a red heat it unites actively with lampblack, giving a carbide, CaC₂.