Did you perchance mean copycat?
- n. alternative spelling of copycat.
“Dwarfed by both domestic brand-name drug makers and peers in industrialized countries, Japan's makers of so-called copy-cat medicines have been hampered by a government-controlled system of minimum prices and misconceptions about the quality of their products.”
“For example, before Florida passed the dwarf tossing law in 1989, the environment became so toxic that children and adult Little People feared "copy-cat" behavior and being thrown against their will.”
“Here in copy-cat Australia - the Business Council, also suggested cutting allowances for the disabled.”
“She followed with a string of copy-cat investigations -- "Homeowner Beware," "Investor Beware" and "Debtor Beware" -- earning a name for herself around the nation's capital as the "Beware Girl.”
“Nathan Fillion stars asRichard Castle, a famousmystery novelist who is initially called in to help theNYPD solve a copy-cat murder based on his novels.”
“Although not SF it should interest most Firefly fans by starring Nathan Fillion as Richard Castle, a bestselling mystery writer, whose books inspire a serial killer to copy-cat the fictional murders.”
“There's a lot of crap-rap out there — copy-cat artists who are indistingushable from one another.”
“Then there's the bland copy-cat corporatism that is overtaking festivals as it has recorded music, movies and literature.”
“There have been numerous copy-cat suicides, and attempted suicides, in Algeria like the self-immolation attempt by a young man that set off the Tunisian protests in mid-December.”
“It would be open to theft or copy-cat development by terrorist groups or rogue nations.”
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