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Plaʹgiarist

means strictly one who kidnaps a slave. Martial applies the word to the kidnappers of other men’s brains. Literary theft unacknowledged is called plagiarism. (Latin, plagiaʹrius.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Pitri (plur. Pitaras)
Pitt Diamond or The Regent
Pitt’s Mark
Pitt’s Pictures or Billy Pitt’s Pictures
Pittacus (Greek, Pittakos)
Pittance
Pixies
Pixy-led (Devonshire), Poake-ledden (Worcestershire)
Place aux Dames
Placebo
Plagiarist
Plain (The)
Plain Dealer (The)
Plan of Campaign (The)
Planets
Planet-struck
Plank (A)
Plank
Plantagenet
Plaster of Paris
Plate (A)