Definition of Plagiarisation

1. Noun. The act of plagiarizing; taking someone's words or ideas as if they were your own.




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Literary usage of Plagiarisation

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1. A Life of William Shakespeare by Sidney Lee (1909)
"... 87, 443 n 2, 444; plagiarisation of Petrarch, 105 H 4, 106; foreign origin of his sonnets, 107 n 1, 116; his 'Tears of Fancie,' 117 n 1, 449; 414 Webb, ..."

2. Philip Massinger by Philip Massinger, Arthur Symons (1887)
"... its conventional reputation, which it owes partly to Rowe's effective plagiarisation in The Fair Penitent, an inadequate and unsatisfactory production. ..."

3. Minutes and Testimony of the Joint Legislative Committee Appointed to by New York (State), Legislature (1916)
"... was made in November of 1914 — that presentment was a plagiarisation of a report rendered by the State Board of Charities in August of 1914. ..."

4. The Red Dragon: The National Magazine of Wales edited by Charles Wilkins, James Harris (1887)
"... Hill,"and a remark on Campbell's plagiarisation of Dyer's " The Present's still a Cloudy ..."

5. A Life of William Shakespeare by Sidney Lee (1909)
"... 87, 443 n 2, 444; plagiarisation of Petrarch, 105 H 4, 106; foreign origin of his sonnets, 107 n 1, 116; his 'Tears of Fancie,' 117 n 1, 449; 414 Webb, ..."

6. Philip Massinger by Philip Massinger, Arthur Symons (1887)
"... its conventional reputation, which it owes partly to Rowe's effective plagiarisation in The Fair Penitent, an inadequate and unsatisfactory production. ..."

7. Minutes and Testimony of the Joint Legislative Committee Appointed to by New York (State), Legislature (1916)
"... was made in November of 1914 — that presentment was a plagiarisation of a report rendered by the State Board of Charities in August of 1914. ..."

8. The Red Dragon: The National Magazine of Wales edited by Charles Wilkins, James Harris (1887)
"... Hill,"and a remark on Campbell's plagiarisation of Dyer's " The Present's still a Cloudy ..."

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