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See definition of plagiarized on Dictionary.com
  • as inderivative
  • as inimitated
  • as inimitative
  • as inquoted

synonyms for plagiarized

  • cognate
  • secondary
  • subordinate
  • acquired
  • ancestral
  • caused
  • coming from
  • connate
  • copied
  • evolved
  • hereditary
  • imitative
  • inferential
  • inferred
  • not original
  • obtained
  • plagiaristic
  • procured
  • rehashed
  • secondhand
  • uninventive
  • unoriginal
  • cited
  • copied
  • echoed
  • excerpted
  • extracted
  • instanced
  • paraphrased
  • recited
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antonyms for plagiarized

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  • important
  • superior
  • inventive
  • original
  • unique
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      How to use plagiarized in a sentence

      Unconsciously he plagiarized the sigh of Johanna Ambrosius' poem: "Ach, htt' ich frher dich geseh'n!"
      WHAT WILL PEOPLE SAY?RUPERT HUGHES
      It was some years since proven that he had plagiarized other poems,—even one from Mrs. Hemans.
      ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 20, NO. 118, AUGUST, 1887VARIOUS
      The other newspapers enviously plagiarized it and set their news-sleuths on Jim's trail.
      WE CAN'T HAVE EVERYTHINGRUPERT HUGHES
      Further, Porphyry records twice that accusations were popularly made against Plotinos, that he had plagiarized from Numenius.
      PLOTINOS: COMPLETE WORKS, V. 4PLOTINOS (PLOTINUS)
      One paper advised him to read "Hodden;" another said he had plagiarized from that popular writer.
      ONE DAY'S COURTSHIPROBERT BARR
      The maxim of the English courts was plagiarized from the French judges.
      THE CATHOLIC WORLD, VOL. X, OCTOBER 1869VARIOUS
      He took a grasshopper's hind legs, and plagiarized a rat's fore-paws.
      THE STRAND MAGAZINE, VOLUME V, ISSUE 29, MAY 1893VARIOUS
      And the man who did "The Two Roses" has plagiarized his process and reproduced his results.
      PUNCHINELLO, VOL. II., ISSUE 31, OCTOBER 29, 1870VARIOUS
      When I first began to publish speculation on this subject, he introduced me to the logical world as having plagiarized from him.
      A BUDGET OF PARADOXES, VOLUME I (OF II)AUGUSTUS DE MORGAN
      He smiled immediately, remembering that his last words plagiarized Mr. Alpheus Richmond.
      AN UNPARDONABLE LIARGILBERT PARKER
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      WORDS RELATED TO PLAGIARIZED

      • acquired
      • ancestral
      • caused
      • cognate
      • coming from
      • connate
      • copied
      • evolved
      • hereditary
      • imitative
      • inferential
      • inferred
      • not original
      • obtained
      • plagiaristic
      • plagiarized
      • procured
      • rehashed
      • secondary
      • secondhand
      • subordinate
      • uninventive
      • unoriginal
      • abducted
      • appropriated
      • bagged
      • diverted
      • hijacked
      • kept
      • kidnapped
      • lifted
      • pinched
      • plagiarized
      • purloined
      • ripped off
      • robbed
      • sacked
      • shanghaied
      • snatched
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