Definition of alleyway
1 : a narrow passageway
2 : alley 3
Recent Examples of alleyway from the Web
And crowds are lining up in the narrow alleyway outside the restaurant for extravagantly flavored dishes that transcend their humble roots.
About 5:30 p.m. that day, two teens, ages 16 and 17, were walking with two other people down an alleyway of 59th Street.
Mosul’s Old City is an ancient district of narrow alleyways and tightly packed homes where the U.N. estimates more than 100,000 people are being held by IS.
Chiao thinks there could be interesting applications in places solar panels wouldn’t make sense, for instance, harnessing the wind that whips through alleyways or under bridges.
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First Known Use of alleyway
ALLEYWAY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of alleyway for English Language Learners
: a passage between buildings
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