Just around the corner from stores like Chanel, Valentino, and Hermès—not exactly a back alley.
Thus, and not in treacled cadences, intrigued Mariar and Sir Thomas in the back alley.
He scuttled across the street; in a flash had vanished in a back alley.
The few children whom she knew were apt to be rather quiet in her presence, but not so this lad from the back alley.
But the next afternoon when Chuck Grove whistled in our back alley and held up two fingers, I dropped the hoe and went with him.
For a year she was kept as a Slave in this resort, which was over a saloon, and the entrance was through a back alley.
They rounded the turn and Bill sent the car streaking along the black road like a terrified cat up a back alley.
Directly opposite him and at a distance of four or five feet was a door leading to a back alley.
Like rival "gun gangs" in a back alley, the nations of the world, through the bloody ages, have fought over their differences.
Into the back room over the back alley between the black walls had crept the Harbinger.
a place of secret or illegal dealings
: a back-alley saloon/ back-alley language
An alley or street in a mean and disreputable neighborhood; slum street or area (1860s+)