Definition of knocking copy in English:

knocking copy

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[mass noun]
Advertising or publicity that discredits a competitor’s product.
More example sentences
  • If you are expecting knocking copy about Radio Scotland, you won't get it from me,’ said Docherty.
  • It's dead easy to write knocking copy as illustrated by his appallingly one-sided piece in the paper on December 31.
  • In the UK no one did knocking copy until very recently.

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