- to commit plagiarism.
Also especially British, pla·gia·rise.
Origin of plagiarize
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Examples from the Web for plagiarised
But for the most part, he remained a spectator and plagiarised from real life.The Opal Serpent
At sight of his distress, I plagiarised unblushingly from Myner.The Wrecker
Robert Louis Stevenson and Lloyd Osbourne
But he would not even understand the vice he plagiarised: especially he would not understand that the vice is partly a virtue.All Things Considered
G. K. Chesterton
At sight of his distress I plagiarised unblushingly from Myner.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 13 (of 25)
Robert Louis Stevenson
At this time he had a great horror of its being said that he plagiarised, or that he studied for ideas, and wrote with difficulty.The Works of Lord Byron
- to appropriate (ideas, passages, etc) from (another work or author)
Word Origin and History for plagiarised
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