ginnel


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ginnel

(ˈɡɪnəl; ˈdʒɪn-)
n
(Building) dialect Northern English a narrow passageway between buildings
[C17: perhaps a corruption of channel1]

ginnel

- A long narrow passage between houses.
See also related terms for houses.
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She pockets a strange-looking cigarette that Simon found in the school changing rooms, and it doesn't end well in the ginnel.
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Feeling emotional on what would have been her dad's birthday, Summer smokes it - and then passes out in the ginnel.
Meanwhile, Aidan promises Maria he will dump Eva, and the pair excitedly kiss in secret in the ginnel.
Later in the week the daring couple are photographed by Adam kissing in the ginnel.
Most recently, Tollefson was a sales associate at Ginnel Real Estate in Bedford.
Turn a yard into a patio, a flat roof into a classy roof garden or a ginnel into a glam suntrap.
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Wharf Street, Port Sunlight; How Wharf Street, in Port Sunlight, looks now Picture: TRACEY O'NEILL/ to040707portsunlight-2; Architect's drawings of the proposed new apartments development on North Wharf Street, in Port Sunlight, Wirral; The view in the village looking west to The Ginnel
The victim was hit on the head and dragged into a ginnel between Linley Road and Manor Road at around 1am.
At the top of the ginnel there looked to be a group of teenagers and police with their helicopter hovering overhead.
However, one person working against her is Maria, who is still dragging Eva's would-be fiance off for snogs in the ginnel.