Word: Alibi
Dictionary definition

(law) a defense by an accused person purporting to show that he or she could not have committed the crime in question.

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Definition Complexity: 20229

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Noah.Davies1024k wrote:
The person could not have committed the crime because they were somewhere else when the crime took place.

Definition Complexity: 6359
Improvement over original definition: 13870

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Isabella.Thomas512k wrote:
Something that excludes a person from being able to have committed a crime.

Definition Complexity: 14367
Improvement over original definition: 5862

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Olivia.Davies517k wrote:
coverage of whereabouts

Definition Complexity: 14649
Improvement over original definition: 5580

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Ava.Jones722k wrote:
Proof that the accused was not at a particular location

Definition Complexity: 9395
Improvement over original definition: 10834

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Anonymous player wrote:
proof of story

Definition Complexity: 1792
Improvement over original definition: 18437

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Anonymous player wrote:
shows the person was not at the place the bad thing happened

Definition Complexity: 1410
Improvement over original definition: 18819

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