alleyway

[al-ee-wey]
noun
1.
an alley or lane.
2.
a narrow passageway.

Origin:
1780–90, Americanism; alley1 + way

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alleyway (ˈælɪˌweɪ)
 
n
a narrow passage; alley

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Example sentences
Stepping into a side hall he stood by a window that looked into an alleyway.
His tiny bloodshot eyes looked up and down the alleyway.
The alleyway next door emits the bluish glow of television sets powered by
  portable generators.
On your left will be the small alleyway that is home to the club.
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