to borrow without permission, to plagiarize, to steal someone else's work, particularly without remorse and with a sense of entitlement
Source: In November 2010, Cooks Source magazine was at the center of an Internet tornado after it was found that the magazine had stolen a writer's article without permission. An e-mail response from the magazine's editor implied that everything on the Web was public domain and the jilted author should have been grateful for having her work stolen.
I was going to write that paper for class, but I found one online that worked, so I cooks sourced it instead.
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