plagiarize

[ pley-juh-rahyz, -jee-uh-rahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF plagiarize

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I have no time to elaborate and polish it, but I give you the right to plagiarize it.

If you must plagiarize, do it from Pope, or Milton, or Gray.

If they are inferior, it is because they plagiarize from the ancients instead of emulating them.

To endow the Law with any capacity to produce righteousness is to plagiarize the Gospel.

One thing that may partly account for this was the tendency of the early magazines to copy and plagiarize.

Mr. Vanderbilt had not yet made his famous remark about the public, and how could Raymond plagiarize it in advance?

We don't want to plagiarize, although a rubber-cored cricket ball is a nice idea.

To plagiarize is to quote without credit, appropriating another's words or thought as one's own.

The local correspondent did not plagiarize from the Chinaman: merely, the humorous bent of the two was identical.

It was the one conspicuous note in the fields around that the lark made no attempt to plagiarize.

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