an or lane.
a narrow passageway.
As they began to chase him down an alleyway, Diaz ran toward the front of an apartment building.
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After sneaking through a tunnel, the mark emerges in an alleyway.
‘Shadow Dancer’ Explores Post-Thatcher’s London During the Troubles Marlow Stern May 30, 2013
“This is a very typical street of the times,” Erik says, as we look at the bones of a few other past-bordellos in the alleyway.
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Moments later, police caught up with two teens about two blocks away in a Pasadena alleyway.
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They want you to go down an alleyway, or off somewhere nobody can see you.
The Kensington Avenue Strangler Jeff Deeney November 17, 2010
Having made the patient as comfortable as circumstances would permit, the girl left the cabin and stepped into the alleyway.
Captain Calamity Rolf Bennett
It was empty then, and its manhole was the foremost one in the alleyway.
Typhoon Joseph Conrad
Slyne hesitated in his stride, stopped, and turned back into the alleyway which led to the saloon.
The White Blackbird Hudson Douglas
On his passage back the hands in the alleyway swore at him for a fool.
Typhoon Joseph Conrad
There was only a small yard with a tiny grass plot and an alleyway running through at the back.
A Modern Cinderella Amanda M. Douglas
a narrow passage; alley
an or lane. a narrow passageway. Historical Examples By means of an alley-way they headed him off, and lying in ambush, sprang out upon his approach, and flung themselves toward him. Shadow, the Mysterious Detective Police Captain Howard After supper they all sit about the kitchen or in the alley-way, chatting, smoking. In Madeira Place […]
. Historical Examples His New Year’s gifts are ready at Allhallowmas, and the suit he meant to meditate before them. Character Writings of the 17th Century Various Kay had been made a knight at Allhallowmas, and when he found there was to be so fine a joust he wanted a sword, to join it. How […]
the time or season of All Saints’ Day. noun the season of All Saints’ Day (Allhallows)
to unite formally, as by treaty, league, marriage, or the like (usually followed by with or to): Russia allied itself to France. to associate or connect by some mutual relationship, as resemblance or friendship. to enter into an ; join; unite. a person, group, or nation that is associated with another or others for some […]