alibi

[ al-uh-bahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF alibi

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You ain't been to court much, I presume likely, Perfessor, so you may not be on to what alibi is.

But he had an alibi all the time, my child; an unanswerable alibi which he preferred to withhold.

All of which made for the impression, fantastic or not, of the alibi.

Did he supply an alibi so neatly because of that shadowy head on the door panel?

McCarren had to own himself beaten: there was absolutely no flaw in the alibi.

An alibi is exactly the opposite of an egg; the older it is, the better.

But Champion, I found, was gone—probably to establish an alibi.

Later the doctor was able to prove an alibi which cannot be shaken.

No one ever had so complete an alibi; I could subpoena half Westminster.

Atkins had an alibi, so Bedloe shuffled, and would not swear to him.

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