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Sentence count:63+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-08Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: excusestorySimilar words: gullibilitygalileo galileigliblibralibelad libinhibitexhibitMeaning: ['ælɪbaɪ]  n. 1. (law) a defense by an accused person purporting to show that he or she could not have committed the crime in question 2. a defense of some offensive behavior or some failure to keep a promise etc.. v. exonerate by means of an alibi. 
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1. Lucky for him, his alibi is watertight.
2. He established an alibi to the charge of murder.
3. Late again, Richard? What's your alibi this time?
4. They invented a very convincing alibi.
5. The false alibi threw the police off the scent.
6. Her alibi just didn't hold water.
7. The police are checking out his alibi.
8. They've got nothing on me I've got an alibi.
9. You cannot question the truth of his alibi.
10. The police verified that she had an airtight alibi.
11. Do you have any proof to substantiate your alibi?
12. The police broke her alibi by proving she knew how to shoot a pistol.
13. The police are suspicious of his alibi because he already has a record.
14. The accused was not able to provide an alibi for the evening.
15. He had a perfect alibi and the police let him go.
16. Have you an alibi?
17. Doubts were cast on the veracity of her alibi after three people claimed to have seen her at the scene of the robbery.
18. It developed that he had an alibi for the night.
19. His alibi would not have withstood cross - examination .
20. According to Ken Harris, she has a cast-iron alibi.
21. Nor did he review his alibi in any detail.
22. It's a marvellous catch-all alibi for failure and inadequacy.
23. But it gives Tom an unimpeachable alibi.
24. He has a solid alibi.
25. Mick had an airtight alibi.
26. There's nothing wrong with your alibi.
27. If alibi was the right word.
28. She was in the office all of Wednesday and so has a cast-iron alibi.
29. After eight years in power, the government can no longer use the previous government's policy as an alibi for its own failure.
30. The accused had thrown dust in the eyes of the police by giving them a false alibi.
More similar words: gullibilitygalileo galileigliblibralibelad libinhibitexhibitlibraryliberalprohibitliberatelibelousinhibitedilliberalexhibitiondeliberatefilibusterpossibilityflexibilityprohibitioncredibilitysensibilityequilibriumcompatibilitydeliberatelyresponsibilityAlicealivealien
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