from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Furnished with alleys.
- adj. Forming an alley.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Furnished with alleys; forming an alley.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Laid out as an alley, or with alleys.
An attack video by an insurgent faction still at war with America, even as other factions from the same group, the Islamic army of Iraq have alleyed with America, joining 70,000 geurrillas now on the U.S. government payroll.
The golden corn-sheafs — the old dark-alleyed orchards, and the high streets of antique towns.
Among other illustrious names who have given a brilliance to these alleyed walks and corridors are to be recalled Corneille, Condé, Saint
The _parterre_, the Grand Canal and the two avenues of majestic trees were due to the conception of Le Notre, and their effect, as set off by the alleyed forest background and the pillars of the aqueduct of Louis
The terrace, the gravelled walks and the alleyed paths of the forest all led to charming and discreet rendezvous.
Entrance from the precincts of the palace is by the great ornamental iron gateway known as the Grille Royale, from which an alleyed row of lindens leads to the heart of the forest.
Intendants and servitors were giving orders on all sides, frequently contradictory, and gardeners were furbishing up the alleyed walks and flower beds in readiness for _Sa Majesté Louis
There were acres upon acres of greensward set about and cut up with gravelled walks, great alleyed rows of trees, groves without number and galleries and colonnades innumerable.
One of the most striking of these alleyed vistas was laid out under the orders of the first Napoleon in 1810.
In general, the aspect of the exterior of the Palais de Fontainebleau, the walls themselves, the Cours, the alleyed walks are chiefly reminiscent of the early art of the Renaissance.