verb (used with object), pla·gia·rized, pla·gia·riz·ing.
verb (used without object), pla·gia·rized, pla·gia·riz·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM plagiarizepla·gia·riz·er, nounun·pla·gia·rized, adjective
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Ultimately, the accusations of plagiarism did not amount to much—though the author of Saving April told the paper that she sometimes received online reviews claiming she plagiarized from Mallory, despite her book being published earlier.What to Know About The Woman in the Window as the Movie Adaptation Hits Netflix|Annabel Gutterman|May 14, 2021|Time
Oracle accused Google of violating copyright laws by plagiarizing thousands of lines of code, suing the search giant for $9 billion.Google won the battle to make API fair use, but the war will rage on|Nicolás Rivero|April 7, 2021|Quartz
The original logo had to be scrapped following accusations it was plagiarized from a theater in Belgium.Can Tokyo Safely Host the Olympic Games This Summer?|Charlie Campbell|January 12, 2021|Time
Could Hice be writing speeches for Perry, or did Perry pull a Rand Paul and plagiarize from Hice?
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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
The local correspondent did not plagiarize from the Chinaman: merely, the humorous bent of the two was identical.Jokes For All Occasions|Anonymous
It was the one conspicuous note in the fields around that the lark made no attempt to plagiarize.Birds and Poets|John Burroughs
Virgil in his Georgics almost seems to plagiarize from the description of Job.New Tabernacle Sermons|Thomas De Witt Talmage