Plagiarism

Plagiarism,

Definition of Plagiarism:

  1. Stealing of words and/or ideas of another person and presenting them as ones own. It is an academic and moral infringement, but not a legal one unless it amounts to a copyright violation.

  2. The practice of taking someone elses work or ideas and passing them off as ones own.

Synonyms of Plagiarism

Copying, Infringement of copyright, Piracy, Theft, Stealing, Poaching, Appropriation, Adoption, Appropriation, Assumption, Autoplagiarism, Borrowed plumes, Borrowing, Copying, Counterfeiting, Cribbing, Derivation, Deriving, Doubling, Duplication, Echo, Emulation, Fakery, Following, Forgery, Hit-off, Imitation, Impersonation, Imposture, Impression, Infringement, Infringement of copyright, Infringing, Lifting, Literary piracy, Mimesis, Mirroring, Mocking, Onomatopoeia, Parody, Pasticcio, Pastiche, Piracy, Pirating, Plagiarizing, Plagiary, Purloining, Quotation, Reappearance, Rebirth, Recurrence, Redoubling, Reduplication, Reecho, Regurgitation, Reincarnation, Renewal, Reoccurrence, Repetition, Reproduction, Resumption, Return, Simulation, Stealing, Takeoff, Taking, Theft, Thievery, Usurpation

How to use Plagiarism in a sentence?

  1. There were accusations of plagiarism.

Meaning of Plagiarism & Plagiarism Definition