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aliunde

adverb or adjective al·i·un·de \ ˌa-lē-ˈən-dē, ˌä-lē-ˈu̇n-dā \

legal Definition of aliunde

:from another source
  • must be proven aliunde
  • proof aliunde

Origin and Etymology of aliunde

Latin, from alius other + unde whence


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aliunde

preposition

legal Definition of aliunde

:from a source other than
  • that he was shot…was proven aliunde the admissions
  • United States v. Strickland, 493 F.2d 182 (1974)

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