Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of plagiarize.

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Examples

  • Vidiot says: Here's The story of how I caught the San Francisco Chronicle plagiarizing from the New Yorker last week.

    - Boing Boing

  • This leads to copying each other’s homework and plagiarizing from the Internet.

    R U Studying? - Freakonomics Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Then, here are some examples of Coulter apparently plagiarizing, which is just as big an offense as taking items out of context, if not more so.

    Coulter accused of plagiarism, taking items out of context in another book

  • Jonathan Lethem carried through the idea of plagiarizing an essay praising plagiarism in 2007 with his essay called "The ecstasy of influence".

    Dinosaur Comics

  • Jonathan Lethem carried through the idea of plagiarizing an essay praising plagiarism in 2007 with his essay called "The ecstasy of influence".

    Dinosaur Comics

  • Jonathan Lethem carried through the idea of plagiarizing an essay praising plagiarism in 2007 with his essay called "The ecstasy of influence".

    Dinosaur Comics

  • This incredible non-story about the Clinton campaign charging Obama with "plagiarizing" a portion of his speeches from Deval Patrick is stupifying.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Accusing someone of "plagiarizing" off the Internet, at least under the circumstances herein described, is tantamount to accusing a writer of cheating by using reference books in a library.

    Aztec symbolism: part two

  • Recently I was accused of "plagiarizing" some of my material from the Internet.

    Aztec symbolism: part two

  • This incredible non-story about the Clinton campaign charging Obama with "plagiarizing" a portion of his speeches from Deval Patrick is stupifying.

    Your Right Hand Thief

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