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Waves

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[ weyvz ]
/ weɪvz /
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noun (used with a singular or plural verb)
the Women's Reserve of the U.S. Naval Reserve, the distinct force of women enlistees in the U.S. Navy, organized during World War II.
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Origin of Waves

1942; W(omen)A(ccepted for)V(olunteer)E(mergency)S(ervice)
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British Dictionary definitions for Waves

WAVES

Waves

/ (weɪvz) /

n acronym for (in the US)
Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service; the women's reserve of the US navy
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