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  • noun Common misspelling of plagiarism.

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Examples

  • They brought manuscripts and paper for the presses, their debts and their doughty wives demanding payment, their jealousies and suspicions of plaigiarism, which my uncle would smooth over with coffee and chocolate, and a thousand little compliments.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • They brought manuscripts and paper for the presses, their debts and their doughty wives demanding payment, their jealousies and suspicions of plaigiarism, which my uncle would smooth over with coffee and chocolate, and a thousand little compliments.

    Librairie Osbourne

  • But, at base, plaigiarism is stealing something of value and passing it off as own's own and that something belongs to another writer.

    More Wrong-Headedness

  • But, at base, plaigiarism is stealing something of value and passing it off as own's own and that something belongs to another writer.

    More Wrong-Headedness

  • But, at base, plaigiarism is stealing something of value and passing it off as own's own and that something belongs to another writer.

    May 2006

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