Definition for AL'LEY

AL'LEY, n. [al'ly; Fr. allée, a passage, from aller, to go; Ir. alladh. Literally, a passing or going.]

  1. A walk in a garden; a narrow passage.
  2. A narrow passage or way in a city, as distinct from a public street.
  3. A place in London where stocks are bought and sold. – Ash.

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