Origin of pac2
noun, plural PAC's, PACs.
Examples from the Web for pac
He said he dipped into his personal funds and “reached out to some people who gave money” to get the PAC started.
Even in the Pac Man arcades — perhaps especially there — he was ruminating about Auschwitz.
Neither Rand Paul nor his PAC are associated with Rand Paul Swag, and the proceeds do not go to support the would-be candidate.
“The two-party system in Massachusetts is broken,” Johnson told the Boston Globe when he announced the PAC.
Pac may not be as verbose as other rappers of his time, but his flow is intricate, and complicated to replicate.Broadway’s Rebel, Tellin’ You to Hear It: A Portrait of Saul Williams|Alex Suskind|June 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We were very late, for we had waited cruelly for the coach, and Pac.
Pact, pakt, n. that which is agreed on: an agreement: a contract—also Pac′tion.
Pace′-mak′er, one who sets the pace, as in a race; Pac′er, one who paces: a horse whose usual gait is a pace.
We should also curb the role of big money in elections by capping the cost of campaigns and limiting the influence of PAC's.
Mrs. Paradise received us very graciously, and led me immediately up to Miss Thrale, who was sitting by the Pac.