ALIBI is an answer for the NYT Crossword puzzle. Here you can get the history and usage for ALIBI in NYT Crossword from 1994.

This "ALIBI" answer was first appeared in "18 Dec 1993" NYT Crossword for the hint of "Court defense". It was authored by Manny Nosowsky. Recently, the "ALIBI" answer has been used for "30 Sep 2023" NYT Crossword for the hint of "Detective story?". It was authored by Ahmed Bayoumi. In the NYT Crossword, this answer has been used most frequently for the hint: "Out (21)". "ALIBI" appeared 101 times in Shortz Era puzzles. So lets take a look for clue and answer history of "ALIBI" word.

Date Grid Clue Author
30 Sep 2023 24A Detective story? Ahmed Bayoumi
10 May 2023 32D Defensive line? Victor Barocas
27 Mar 2023 54D Suspect’s “out” Simon Marotte and Trenton Lee Stewart
26 Mar 2023 48D Cover, of a sort David Karp
22 Mar 2023 28D Suspect’s need Madeline Kaplan
24 Feb 2023 1A Cover story Margaret Seikel and Sophia Maymudes
27 Apr 2022 15A Cover story Alex Bajcz
20 Feb 2022 3D A criminal’s may be unbelievable Victor Barocas
26 Aug 2021 52A Cover story Ashish Vengsarkar
19 May 2021 11D “It was my evil twin!” is not a convincing one Ashish Vengsarkar
12 Oct 2020 16A Defendant’s excuse Joe Hansen
3 Aug 2020 6D “I was with my girlfriend all evening,” e.g. Eric Bornstein
8 Jun 2020 6D “Get out of jail” story Kyle Dolan
11 Feb 2020 1A Story of why you really couldn’t have done it Neil Padrick Wilson and Jeff Chen
14 Jan 2020 52A Story that one generally sticks to, whether it’s true or not Jim Peredo
12 Aug 2019 16A Story that lets you off the hook Jeffrey Wechsler
8 Aug 2019 11D Out, of sorts Timothy Polin
19 Sep 2018 57A Suspect’s out Scot Ober and Jeff Chen
6 Sep 2018 50D Out Jeff Chen
24 May 2018 56D Out Erik Agard and Andy Kravis
16 Apr 2018 5D Accused’s line a judge might not believe David Woolf
16 Nov 2017 11D Often-questionable account Alex Eylar
23 Oct 2017 62A “I was with my mistress at the time,” maybe Timothy Polin
1 Oct 2017 63D Out in court Robert Fisher
19 Jul 2017 14A It’s just an excuse Michael S. Maurer and Pawel Fludzinski
14 Jul 2017 2D Whodunit story? Patrick Berry
8 Jul 2017 4A One may be cast-iron David Steinberg
4 Apr 2017 6D “I was at the movies – nowhere near the crime,” e.g. Timothy Polin
6 Oct 2016 28A Cover story Timothy Polin
9 Aug 2016 54D Excuse Andrea Carla Michaels
26 May 2016 8D Out Andrew Zhou
25 May 2015 2D Proof you weren’t anywhere near the murder Jennifer Nutt
23 Feb 2015 47D Suspect’s story Joel Fagliano
10 Nov 2014 29D “I couldn’t have done it because …,” e.g. Bruce Haight
9 Sep 2014 12D “I was home watching TV,” e.g. Ed Sessa
15 May 2014 43A Out John Lieb
26 Feb 2014 30D It’s best when it’s airtight Ruth B. Margolin
30 May 2013 11D Out Julian Lim
7 Sep 2012 29D Out Martin Ashwood-Smith
29 Aug 2011 32D What a murder suspect needs Andrea Carla Michaels and Michael Blake
15 Jul 2011 22D Out for a trial Martin Ashwood-Smith and Joe Krozel
24 Jun 2011 50A Cover Milo Beckman
29 Mar 2011 28D Cover, so to speak Peter A. Collins
2 Mar 2011 25D What an accused perpetrator needs David Poole
18 Oct 2010 36D Cover story Lynn Lempel
27 Jun 2010 56A Defendant’s testimony, maybe Michael J. Doran
13 Apr 2010 11D Suspect’s story Alex Boisvert
25 Aug 2009 12D It’s good when airtight Bob Johnson
11 Mar 2009 31A Out Caleb Madison
29 Jan 2009 26D Out Barry C. Silk
11 Jan 2009 71D Out David J. Kahn
7 Jul 2008 64A “I was at a movie theater when it happened,” e.g. Bob Klahn
28 May 2008 6D Out C. W. Stewart
3 Apr 2008 15A Out Kevin G. Der
19 Nov 2007 34A Suspect’s excuse Lynn Lempel
24 Sep 2007 64A Suspect’s story Fred Piscop
16 Jun 2007 47D Out Joe DiPietro
14 Jan 2007 14A Corroborator, maybe Harvey Estes
18 Jun 2006 102D Out Ben and Mark Tausig
6 Sep 2005 56A Cover story? Barry C. Silk
22 Feb 2005 55A Defense aid Ed Early
27 Nov 2004 45D Saving yarn? Byron Walden
14 Oct 2004 38D Out Mike Sikowitz
10 Aug 2004 2D It may be airtight Sarah Keller
12 Feb 2004 27D Suspect eliminator Craig Kasper
7 Feb 2004 16A Out David J. Kahn
13 Jun 2003 51D Out Todd McClary
23 Jan 2003 27D Way out Cathy Millhauser
3 May 2002 6D Out William I. Johnston
20 Jan 2002 80D It might be airtight Brendan Emmett Quigley
28 Nov 2001 38D Out Fred Piscop
8 Aug 2001 31D Accused’s need Sam Bellotto Jr.
29 Jan 2001 20A Suspect’s story Sarah Keller
22 Jan 2001 26D Cover story? Nancy Kavanaugh
7 Nov 2000 32A Cover story? David Levinson Wilk
22 Oct 2000 87D Out of sorts? Henry Hook
6 Oct 2000 19A Out Harvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
5 Oct 2000 53D Court story Cathy Millhauser
12 Jun 2000 33A “I was out of town at the time of the murder,” e.g. Andrea C. Michaels
10 May 1999 62A Excuse Frances Hansen
29 Mar 1999 16A Defendant’s excuse Bill Ballard
25 Feb 1999 13A Out Jim Page
14 Sep 1998 43D Accused’s excuse Gregory E. Paul
22 Jun 1998 53D Accused’s need Shannon Burns
15 Apr 1998 1A Excuse Michael S. Maurer
31 Dec 1997 1D Way out Alfio Micci
23 Dec 1997 24D “I ran out of gas,” e.g. Fred Piscop
4 Dec 1996 14A Suspect’s need M. E. Skolsky
29 Oct 1996 11D Excuse R. J. Hartman
10 Apr 1996 42A It might let a person off M. Lees
4 Feb 1996 13A Story, sometimes D. J. Kahn
14 Dec 1995 16A Out Matt Gaffney
21 Sep 1995 24D Defense witness, perhaps Chuck Deodene
1 Sep 1995 14A Way out? Thomas W. Schier
30 Jul 1995 27A “I was at my girlfriend’s,” e.g. Charles M. Deber
19 Mar 1995 9D Cover story Alex K. Justin
14 Nov 1994 1A Suspect’s “out” Sidney L. Robbins
29 Aug 1994 60A Something to fall back on? Mary Derderian Brown
15 Mar 1994 46D Suspect’s “out” David J. Kahn
18 Feb 1994 30D Convenient story Manny Nosowsky
18 Dec 1993 11D Court defense Manny Nosowsky

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