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Synonyms for alleyway

Synonyms for alleyway

a narrow street with walls on both sides

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The shift to the sense of alleyway at the back of a house may well derive from the predominantly working-class habit of only using the back door.
Complaints from residents include speeding vehicles, particularly along Acacia Avenue; highways and green spaces littered with rubbish; blocked drains and gullies leading to flooding; fly-tipped and overgrown rear alleyways with discarded drug materials; properties left to decline by absentee landlords; and noise disruption from late night parties.
SPRINGFIELD - Residents say a public alleyway has brought a recent spate of crime to their neighborhood, and they're seeking the city's help to put an end to it.
In tandem with the alleyway project, a shoot house is also being constructed to enable teams to practice their low-level urban skills, such as house clearance.
We would try to hide from him, but we would always bump into him in different alleyways in the village.
AMARKET town's ancient alleyways - which were celebrated in a book by a local author - have been sign-posted to help residents and visitors take a fascinating trip down memory lane.
People living around Ash Place and Hazel Place in Fairwater, Cardiff, have repeatedly complained about "youth annoyance" in alleyways near their homes.
Urban alleyways are often seen as threatening places, yet in some areas greenfingered residents have filled them with plants.
RBAN alleyways in this country have often been seen as threatening places - dark, lined with brick walls or fences, with no colour and plenty of possibilities for crime.
Bring out the young to protect all alleyways and districts.
Between April last year and July this year, the BAIT project transformed 24 alleyways in the town.
Three alleyways in Holly Lane, formerly the site of fly-tipping and anti-social behaviour, have undergone a clean-up and are now benefiting from extra security measures.
For centuries, its [the Arab world's] ramparts may have been woefully inadequate and its people unable to ward off foreign armies, but its alleyways have always been bewildering to strangers from afar.
Walsall Council has reacted fiercely to opposition from the Ramblers' Association in the fight to close crime and drug-ridden alleyways across the town.
Historic alleyways in the centre of a North East market town have reopened after a pounds 125,000 revamp.