copy[ kop-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF copy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COPY
Pray accept this author's copy with his best and hopefullest wishes.
The following is a copy of what I wrote, and what follows that, of the answer sent me.
I will now give you a copy of my letter to my sister; with her answer.
In fact, George Smith printed a copy of the seal in his book (p. 91).
I'll burn my copy before I will let you have a glimpse of it.
There was a copy of Romeo and Juliet perched on top of a pile of books.
My Uncle William will be glad of a copy, and so will Mr. Cairnduff and the minister!
He must remember to ask Gidney for a copy of the play-bill to hang up in his flat!
The Century Dictionary will please not copy this definition.
It is so called to distinguish it from a "copy," which is made by another artist.