[ UK /kˈɒpɪˌɪst/ ]
  1. someone employed to make written copies of documents and manuscripts
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How To Use copyist In A Sentence

  • These were Realists and not mere copyists.
  • Apart from the apparently Tuscan copyist, also the 6-line system, typical for Italian trecento repertoire, which is used throughout the manuscript points at an origin in Italy, even maybe in Florence. Archive 2009-04-01
  • You are reduced to taking the worms and moths into your confidence; their activity is your sole clue to the value of a book; as to the accuracy and fidelity of the copyist, that is quite beyond you. Works of Lucian of Samosata — Volume 03
  • He laid the foundations of a huge fortune working as a copyist and restorer of antique statues for the tourist market.
  • Although she had been a teacher, when the Civil War started, she was one of a handful of women employed by the US government as a copyist in the US Patent Office in Washington.
  • Weather helps fakers, or, as I decided we should start labelling ourselves, reproducers and copyists. THE TARTAN RINGERS
  • Their copyist also annotated the printed pages of the partbooks in a neat, careful hand, correcting some of its many misprints.
  • Modifying the medium does not insulate the copyist, and a copy of the overall pattern or ‘look and feel’ of the work has also been held as an infringement.
  • The colophon [the title page] named the copyist as Udo of Aachen, and I just had to find out more about this guy. The Mandelbrot Monk
  • Without them we will be shorthanded, and we can always use a skilled copyist. LORD OF THE SILENT
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