Definition of "pac" [pac]

  • A moccasin or soft shoe designed to be worn inside a boot. (noun)
  • A shoepac. (noun)

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Use "pac" in a sentence
  • "Even Obama's second largest contributor is an unknown "pac" which represents an 87 billion dollar pharmaceutical company."
  • "Despite the presence of "pac -" in the name, PAC-LAND has nothing to do with mazes and dots."
  • "He said the Our Destiny super pac, which is believed to have been funded largely by the candidate's father, is run by people "who know the Huntsman family very well".""