Definition of Plagiarizer

1. Noun. Someone who uses another person's words or ideas as if they were his own.




Definition of Plagiarizer

1. Noun. A person who plagiarizes ¹

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Definition of Plagiarizer

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plagiarizer

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plagiarizer (current term)
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Literary usage of Plagiarizer

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The New York Teacher, and the American Educational Monthly (1869)
"Our assertion, that not every one is able to be a decent plagiarizer, is thus brought home against Mr. W. with double force by his own defence, ..."

2. The American Educational Monthly: A Magazine of Popular Instruction and (1869)
"Our assertion, that not every one is able to be a decent plagiarizer, is thus brought home against Mr. W. with double force by his own defence, ..."

3. From Berlin to Bagdad: Behind the Scenes in the Near East by George Abel Schreiner (1918)
"That personage, he insisted, was somewhat of a plagiarizer. The laws of Moses were things not unknown to the Chaldeans and Sumerians, as recent finds in ..."

4. From Berlin to Bagdad: Behind the Scenes in the Near East by George Abel Schreiner (1918)
"That personage, he insisted, was somewhat of a plagiarizer. The laws of Moses were things not unknown to the Chaldeans and Sumerians, as recent finds in ..."

5. The Neo-classic Movement in Spain During the XVIII Century by Robert Edouard Pellissier (1918)
"No wonder that the splendid genius of Spanish literature should dazzle those who are accustomed to see in the ignorant plagiarizer, Corneille, ..."

6. Numenius of Apamea, the Father of Neo-Platonism: Works, Biography, Message by Kenneth Sylvan Guthrie (1917)
"... had to defend him from the open charge that he was a plagiarizer, "and passed off-the writings of others as his own."s This is specially significant in ..."

7. The New York Teacher, and the American Educational Monthly (1869)
"Our assertion, that not every one is able to be a decent plagiarizer, is thus brought home against Mr. W. with double force by his own defence, ..."

8. The American Educational Monthly: A Magazine of Popular Instruction and (1869)
"Our assertion, that not every one is able to be a decent plagiarizer, is thus brought home against Mr. W. with double force by his own defence, ..."

9. From Berlin to Bagdad: Behind the Scenes in the Near East by George Abel Schreiner (1918)
"That personage, he insisted, was somewhat of a plagiarizer. The laws of Moses were things not unknown to the Chaldeans and Sumerians, as recent finds in ..."

10. From Berlin to Bagdad: Behind the Scenes in the Near East by George Abel Schreiner (1918)
"That personage, he insisted, was somewhat of a plagiarizer. The laws of Moses were things not unknown to the Chaldeans and Sumerians, as recent finds in ..."

11. The Neo-classic Movement in Spain During the XVIII Century by Robert Edouard Pellissier (1918)
"No wonder that the splendid genius of Spanish literature should dazzle those who are accustomed to see in the ignorant plagiarizer, Corneille, ..."

12. Numenius of Apamea, the Father of Neo-Platonism: Works, Biography, Message by Kenneth Sylvan Guthrie (1917)
"... had to defend him from the open charge that he was a plagiarizer, "and passed off-the writings of others as his own."s This is specially significant in ..."

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