Definition of Copydesk

1. an editor's desk in a newspaper office [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Copydesk

copy sorts
copy test
copy typist
copy writer
copyable
copybook
copybooks
copyboy
copyboys
copycat
copycats
copycatted
copycatter
copycatters
copycatting
copydesk (current term)
copydesks
copyedit
copyedited
copyediting
copyeditor
copyeditors
copyedits
copyer
copyers
copyfight
copyfighting
copyfights
copyfraud
copygirl

Literary usage of Copydesk

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1. Opportunities in the Newspaper Business by James Melvin Lee (1919)
"The news, as prepared by these different departments, passes, on its way to the composing-room, through the department known as the copydesk, where, ..."

2. He Usually Lived with a Female: The Life of a California Newspaperman by George Garrigues (2006)
"... content just to be engaged in some kind of communication with a pretty woman and away from his duties on the copydesk. I could tell that they liked him. ..."

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