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plagiarism, n. 1. (all chiefly in reference to

literary material) piracy, theft, thievery, robbery, stealing, pilferage; appropriation, usurpation, assumption, arrogation; deception, imposture; plagiary.
2. (
all chiefly in reference to literary material) copy,
imitation, reproduction; counterfeit, sham, fraud; pirated manuscript;
Inf. ripoff.

plagiarist, n. {all chiefly in reference to literary material) pirate, vandal, robber, thief, pilferer, stealer, Inf. ripoff; imitator, forger, copier.

plagiarize, v. (all chiefly in reference to literary material) pirate, thieve, rob, steal, pilfer, purloin, Inf. crib, Inf. lift, Inf. rip off, Euph. borrow; appropriate, assume, arrogate, usurp, make use of, help oneself to, pass off as one's own; forge, counterfeit, imitate, copy.

plague, n. 1. pestilence, epidemic, pandemic, pandemia, zymosis, (of animals) Pathol, epizootic, (of animals) Pathol, epizooty, (of animals) murrain, (of plants) epiphytotic; bubonic plague, black plague, black death; white plague, tuberculosis, TB, consumption, phthisis, pulmonary phthisis.
2. curse, scourge, bane, evil, affliction, infliction, visitation, torment, calamity; adversity, trial, tribulation, trouble, burden.
3. catastrophe, cataclysm, disaster, tragedy; shock, blow, heavy
or nasty or staggering blow, buffet, stroke of ill or bad luck, stroke of ill or bad fortune.
4. nuisance, annoyance, aggravation, vexation,
Inf. headache, SI. hassle, SI. drag, SI. bitch; bother, pest, pain in the neck, canker, problem, thorn, thorn in the flesh, thorn in one's side, pea in the shoe.
-v. 5. torment, torture, persecute, agonize, excruciate, rack, crucify, pain, hurt, lacerate; anguish, distress, harrow, worry, weigh
or prey on the mind, trouble, Scot. fash, disturb; afflict, harass, harry, hector, beleaguer, badger, hound.
6. perturb, upset, derange, agitate, convulse, rattle, haunt, shake up, stir up; confuse, addle, muddle,
Inf. drive crazy, unnerve, discompose, ruffle, fluster, disconcert, discomfit, disquiet, Inf. faze.
7. annoy, bother, vex, pester,
Brit, chevy, irk, pique, peeve, nettle, chafe; exasperate, aggravate, irritate, gall, rub, roil, Chiefly U.S. rile, Inf. drive up the wall, provoke; tease, taunt, gibe, twit.
8. smite, afflict, visit evil
or harm upon; scourge, punish, castigate.

plain, adj. 1. clear, clear-cut, clear as crystal, crystal-clear, well-defined, vivid, graphic; distinct, visible, patent, bald-faced, bald, plain as the nose on one's face, plain as day; apparent, ostensible, evident, self-evident, manifest, standing to reason, obvious, manifestative, Fr. en Evidence; conspicuous, sticking out like a sore thumb, notable, pronounced, glaring, prominent, striking, blatant, palpable, tangible; overt, open, unconcealed, exposed, displayed, shown, professed, avowed.
2. discernible, perceivable, perceptible, recognizable, ascertainable, salient, apprehensible, comprehensible, comprehendible, cognizable, intelligible, understandable; unmistakable, definite, pointed, loud and clear, point-blank; lucid, perspicuous, transparent, translucent.
3. downright, complete, total, outright, out-and-out, categorical, dead, flat, unqualified, unconditional, incontestable; thorough, thoroughgoing, wholesale, all-out,
Inf. flat-out; absolute, utter, profound, sheer, stark, arrant, rank; perfect, positive, consummate, Inf. regular, Inf plumb, Brit, proper.
4. candid, frank, forthright, direct, straightforward;

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