Definition of Plagiarizers

1. Noun. (plural of plagiarizer) ¹



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Definition of Plagiarizers

1. plagiarizer [n] - See also: plagiarizer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plagiarizers

plagiarise
plagiarised
plagiariser
plagiarisers
plagiarises
plagiarising
plagiarism
plagiarisms
plagiarist
plagiaristic
plagiarists
plagiarization
plagiarize
plagiarized
plagiarizer
plagiarizers (current term)
plagiarizes
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plagiary
plagihedral
plagio-
plagiocephalic
plagiocephalies
plagiocephalism
plagiocephalous
plagioclase
plagioclases
plagioclasic
plagioclastic

Literary usage of Plagiarizers

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1. Science and Revolution by Ernest Untermann (1905)
"But not one of the bourgeois plagiarizers or commentators equaled the proletarian masters who had made a new departure in those sciences. ..."

2. Science and Revolution by Ernest Untermann (1905)
"But not one of the bourgeois plagiarizers or commentators equaled the proletarian masters who had made a new departure in those sciences. ..."

3. Senator Benjamin H. Hill of Georgia: His Life, Speeches and Writings by Benjamin Harvey Hill (1891)
"... the productions of such men as Stevens, Phillips, and Sumner, and the lesser followers and second-hand plagiarizers down South, you will find all their ..."

4. Antiquity Unveiled: Ancient Voices from the the Spirit Realms Disclose the by Jonathan M.] [Roberts (1894)
"... or of Paul, as the same man has been manifestly called by the Christian plagiarizers of his theological and philosophical writings ; and perhaps they ..."

5. The Stenographer (1895)
"... dubs as " plagiarizers who come with pretenses of improvement"—you may well believe that there is more fire than smoke in our vicinity. ..."

6. Science and Revolution by Ernest Untermann (1905)
"But not one of the bourgeois plagiarizers or commentators equaled the proletarian masters who had made a new departure in those sciences. ..."

7. Science and Revolution by Ernest Untermann (1905)
"But not one of the bourgeois plagiarizers or commentators equaled the proletarian masters who had made a new departure in those sciences. ..."

8. Senator Benjamin H. Hill of Georgia: His Life, Speeches and Writings by Benjamin Harvey Hill (1891)
"... the productions of such men as Stevens, Phillips, and Sumner, and the lesser followers and second-hand plagiarizers down South, you will find all their ..."

9. Antiquity Unveiled: Ancient Voices from the the Spirit Realms Disclose the by Jonathan M.] [Roberts (1894)
"... or of Paul, as the same man has been manifestly called by the Christian plagiarizers of his theological and philosophical writings ; and perhaps they ..."

10. The Stenographer (1895)
"... dubs as " plagiarizers who come with pretenses of improvement"—you may well believe that there is more fire than smoke in our vicinity. ..."

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