How to Pronounce alibied?

Correct pronunciation for the word "alibied" is [ˈalɪbɪd], [ˈalɪbɪd], [ˈa_l_ɪ_b_ɪ_d].

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"Alibied" in context

Alibi is a defense that an accused person can present to the court of law in order to avoid criminal conviction. In criminal law, an alibi is a claim that a person charged with a crime was not in the locality of the alleged commission of the crime or was in some other place doing something that is inconsistent with his or her having committed the alleged crime at the time it was alleged to have taken place. An alibi generally consists of testimony from friends, family, or other individuals who can attest to the accused's whereabouts at the time of the crime.

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