- n. Plural form of copycat.
“Also, Tony, they say they're really -- it's unfortunate for them in this case that the letter was released publicly, because since it has been put out, they have been inundated with calls and e-mails from others, what they call copycats, and even "wackos" out there, pretty much just making some kind of claim about the crime as well.”
“More copycats from the LA incident are to be expected in a three-day, one-week, and one-month anniversary cycle.”
“When Rosenfeld took over in 2006, the world's second-largest food company after Nestlé was content just to maintain market share against rival cream cheese brands and private-label copycats.”
“But there's an easy way to stay ahead of copycats, which is to change the formula slightly.”
“BLITZER: Eric, I think what Lou is driving at, that if it were not related, it could be a nightmare situation involving so-called copycats, a copycat kind of killing.”
“But through it all, McInnis might just take solace in the fact that some of the most powerful politicians on the planet have been called copycats -- and fared pretty well post-scandal.”
“NATURE TOTS" PROGRAM, for 3 - and 4-year-olds, explore nature's "copycats" through pictures, games and crafts. 10: 30-11: 30 a.m. and 1-2 p.m.,”
“At any rate, would you like me to link to your informative post about 'copycats' Homer?”
“Among changes he would like to see are fewer "copycats" of popular drugs and limits on direct-to-consumer advertising, both topics that have drawn attention from lawmakers.”
“The opportunity might be in local "copycats", like Kelkoo in Europe.”
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