- to commit plagiarism.
Also especially British, pla·gia·rise.
Origin of plagiarize
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Examples from the Web for plagiarize
Could Hice be writing speeches for Perry, or did Perry pull a Rand Paul and plagiarize from Hice?Jody Hice: Mr. Bigot Goes to Washington?
June 24, 2014
I have no time to elaborate and polish it, but I give you the right to plagiarize it.Discourses of Keidansky
Bernard G. Richards
If you must plagiarize, do it from Pope, or Milton, or Gray.Mark Gildersleeve
John S. Sauzade
If they are inferior, it is because they plagiarize from the ancients instead of emulating them.The Art of Letters
To endow the Law with any capacity to produce righteousness is to plagiarize the Gospel.Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians
One thing that may partly account for this was the tendency of the early magazines to copy and plagiarize.Translations of German Poetry in American Magazines 1741-1810
Edward Ziegler Davis
- to appropriate (ideas, passages, etc) from (another work or author)
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Word Origin and History for plagiarize
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