He knew what that meant; this road was like a blind alley, with no outlet.
You may say to me, 'Have you led me into a blind alley, out of which I cannot get?
It is nothing else than the stuffy, blind alley known as the Devil's Kitchen.
There was not a retired court, a dark lane, or a blind alley, with which he was unfamiliar.
Every way he looked, he seemed to be peering into a blind alley.
Would he reach some blind alley and be at the mercy of the pursuing crowd?
As the Captain had previously reported, it was a blind alley.
The young Jews have the foresight to avoid "blind alley" occupations.
He had not moved from Butcher back to life, but had run from Butcher down a blind alley.
It was not a blind alley, stopping at the point now reached.