Definition of Plagiarising

1. Verb. (present participle of plagiarise) ¹



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Definition of Plagiarising

1. plagiarise [v] - See also: plagiarise

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Literary usage of Plagiarising

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1. The Bookman (1903)
"»i Whether it be legitimate for a man to make use a second time of ideas and episodes that he finds when plagiarising looking back over his One's Own early ..."

2. Alfred Lord Tennyson: A Memoir by Hallam Tennyson Tennyson (1899)
"People accused Virgil of plagiarising, but if a man made it his own there was no ... He himself had been "most absurdly accused of plagiarising," eg "The ..."

3. Chambers's Etymological Dictionary of the English Language by James Donald, William Chambers (1878)
"... the writings of another:—fr-P- plagiarising \pa.p. plagiarised'. plagiarism, ... n., the act QI practice cj plagiarising. plagiarist, pla'ji-ar-Ut, n., ..."

4. Bushido, the Soul of Japan: An Exposition of Japanese Thought by Inazō Nitobe (1905)
"... et debellare superbos, were shown a Japanese gentleman, he might readily accuse the Mantuan bard of plagiarising from the literature of his own country. ..."

5. The Cambridge History of English Literature by Adolphus William Ward, Alfred Rayney Waller (1909)
"... forty sonnets in irregular metres, entitled Laura (1597), merely give additional proof of the plagiarising habit of the day. ..."

6. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1897)
"... (Christ's history in Virgil's words), 1634, 8vo ; Lauder ac- Ross's works not already described were : - cused Milton of plagiarising from this book. 7. ..."

7. The Bookman (1903)
"»i Whether it be legitimate for a man to make use a second time of ideas and episodes that he finds when plagiarising looking back over his One's Own early ..."

8. Alfred Lord Tennyson: A Memoir by Hallam Tennyson Tennyson (1899)
"People accused Virgil of plagiarising, but if a man made it his own there was no ... He himself had been "most absurdly accused of plagiarising," eg "The ..."

9. Chambers's Etymological Dictionary of the English Language by James Donald, William Chambers (1878)
"... the writings of another:—fr-P- plagiarising \pa.p. plagiarised'. plagiarism, ... n., the act QI practice cj plagiarising. plagiarist, pla'ji-ar-Ut, n., ..."

10. Bushido, the Soul of Japan: An Exposition of Japanese Thought by Inazō Nitobe (1905)
"... et debellare superbos, were shown a Japanese gentleman, he might readily accuse the Mantuan bard of plagiarising from the literature of his own country. ..."

11. The Cambridge History of English Literature by Adolphus William Ward, Alfred Rayney Waller (1909)
"... forty sonnets in irregular metres, entitled Laura (1597), merely give additional proof of the plagiarising habit of the day. ..."

12. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1897)
"... (Christ's history in Virgil's words), 1634, 8vo ; Lauder ac- Ross's works not already described were : - cused Milton of plagiarising from this book. 7. ..."

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