knockoff

[nok-awf, -of]
noun
1.
an act or instance of knocking off.
2.
an unlicensed copy of something, especially fashion clothing, intended to be sold at a lower price than the original.
Also, knock-off.


Origin:
1870–75, for an earlier sense; noun use of verb phrase knock off

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Example sentences
It also said that knockoff's did not contain this quality.
But where customers shop, so too do knockoff artists.
They protect our military members by preventing the spread of untested and
  ineffective knockoff components.
The knockoff packs may not have the same safety circuitry as the original
  packs, and could be dangerous in actual operation.
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