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1‘luckily we've both got a very good alibi for last night’
defence, defending evidence, plea
justification, explanation, reason, vindication
informal story, line
1‘her brother had reluctantly agreed to alibi her’
cover for, give an alibi to, provide with an alibi, shield, protect
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