Sentence Examples


  • If you're yearning for a copycat 'do, you can pick up a copy of the magazine and take it to your hairstylist for reference.
  • No expense was spared with any of the over-the-top nuptials featured on the show, which only lasted for one season but helped launch a string of copycat reality shows featuring glamorous - and incredibly expensive - weddings.
  • By 2004, they were one of the most popular bands in the United States, often seen as being representative of emo's mainstream success and launching a glut of copycat bands that aped their dual vocals, two-guitar attack.
  • Rumor has it, she made a copycat move, following in the footsteps of her new best friend (another "something new"), Victoria Beckham, by chopping off her hair in favor of chin-length tresses.
  • However, they do not deny that they rushed their version of the wife swapping show to the airwaves in an attempt to convince viewers that ABC was the copycat network.