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Nounsnicket (plural snickets)
- (Northern England) A narrow passage or alley. [from 19th c.]
- 1968, Barry Hines, A Kestrel for a Knave: He cut down a snicket between two houses, out into the fields.
- 2018, Will Eaves, Murmur, Canongate 2018, p. 89: Our bikes are where we left them at the entrance to an overgrown snicket of yew, ivy and Hart's-tongue fern, through which a stream dribbles its way into the Ouse.
Does the term ring any bells for you?