Use Plagiarism in a sentence
Meaning: [noun] stealing (using without permission) someone else’s writing or ideas;
The designer later withdrew the emblem after a plagiarism controversy.
In a music plagiarism case, one musician claims that another composer has “stolen” his pre-existing song.
William Inge once suggested that originality is simply undetected plagiarism.
The penalties for plagiarism at the university are very severe.
Wilson Mizner once said that if you steal from one author, it’s plagiarism, but if you steal from many, it’s research.
He has also been accused of plagiarism.
After three months he drops out, following reports of plagiarism and false claims about his academic record.
The court said that while there was plagiarism in the English text of the paper, it was “not deliberate and not serious.”
Accusations of plagiarism have a particular resonance in Germany, where academic titles are held in especially high esteem.
Also, soon after the surgeries, one of Macchiarini’s papers, published in the Annals of Thoracic Surgery, was retracted for plagiarism.