- Women's Army Auxiliary Corps: founded during World War II.
- a member of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps.Compare Wac.
- Women's Army Auxiliary Corps: founded in 1917.
- a member of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps.Compare WRAC.
Origin of WAAC
1942 for def 1
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Examples from the Web for waac
Historical Examples of waac
They "answer," as the rest of the Waac machinery does, extremely well.
And the spirit of the Waac—the khaki girl—is the spirit of her brother.
Our last maid left us to be a Waac and has not been seen since in the precincts of domestic servitude.
Every Waac who goes to France is like the pawn who attains the top of the chessboard and is exchanged for a more valuable piece.
And the Waac officers, of course, have their own private rooms, though the girls sleep in dormitories.
British Dictionary definitions for waac
n acronym for (formerly)
Women's Army Auxiliary Corps
Also called: waac a member of this corps
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