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Synonyms for copycat

someone who copies the words or behavior of another

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Our copycat version of the salad with the dressing follows.
I'm particularly concerned that the information available on the Internet could be used in copycat cases.
But while using CopyCat, the children display noticeable increases in enthusiasm, focus and fluent signing.
Unlock the secrets fo luscious lime pie and other copycat creations
The copycats were caught only weeks after 117 students were accused of cheating at Edinburgh University.
This is a copycat version of the Miss Grace Lemon Cake that was featured in the Restaurant Replicas column several years ago.
Supt John Horan said: "If it was a copycat, I am appalled that anyone should try to copy the terrible incident in the States.
Copycat, a terrifying movie about the hunt for a serial killer in San Francisco, is out on May 3, but you can see it before anyone else - ABSOLUTELY FREE.
Today we offer four copycat versions of some of the popular favorites - including a spinach salad, a pear salad, penne with chicken and potato crusted salmon - for home cooks.
And Dawn, 28, one of the main guests, fears the woman who snatched the child from Basildon Hospital tuned in then planned a copycat crime.
Several copycat services have been launched this year, all offering free on-net calls within their closed user groups and offering optional extras including voicemail, conferencing and termination services to the PSTN.
Kacy Piekunka of Chatsworth found a recipe that is her absolute favorite at copycat.
Sigourney Weaver and Holly Hunter are sisters doing it for themselves in this slasher movie - but it isn't called Copycat for nothing.
Although Francine wouldn't share her restaurant recipe, we've developed a copycat version, which is included here.