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aliunde

[ ey-lee-uhn-dee ]

adverb

, Chiefly Law.
  1. not part of or derivable from the document or instrument itself:

    evidence aliunde.



aliunde

/ ˌeɪlɪˈʌndɪ /

adverb

  1. from a source extrinsic to the matter, document, or instrument under consideration

    evidence aliunde



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Word History and Origins

Origin of aliunde1

< Latin: from another person or place, equivalent to ali ( us ) other + unde whence

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Word History and Origins

Origin of aliunde1

Latin: from elsewhere

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Example Sentences

Plurimis equitum, plerisque senatorum non aliunde originem trahi.

To me it appears as conclusive as internal evidence ever can be; unless there be some disproof aliunde to overthrow it.

Ad extremam redacti inopiam, aliunde sibi victum qurere cogerentur.

If we knew any more real kind of union aliunde, we might be entitled to brand all our empirical unions as a sham.

Qu me res periculo majore cum exemerit, aliunde tamen induxit in majus.

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