Coyote

All Noun
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  • He shared this room with a coyote, for eight hours over three days.
  • These animals were about the size of the present day coyote.
  • The ball continues its circle and ends up right back where it started - on top of the coyote.
  • In this case their success often works against the coyote.
  • His wife was the first non-Indian woman to enter the Coyote Valley.
  • Later that year he was again called up by the Coyotes.
  • The deal came with a season remaining on his existing contract, previously signed with the Coyotes.
  • They find out that a coyote took one of the heads from the stolen car.
  • Coyote promised them a working fish trap if they would become his wives.
  • In a canyon nearby, two coyotes are making a new home for their growing family.
  • He was later bought out of the final two years of his contract by the Coyotes in the off-season.
  • He was then moved to the position of Development Coach with the Coyotes.
  • The same study also determined that dominant coyotes were more likely to attack sheep.
  • He also found that the other coyotes did not respect him, and sniffed about his woman.
  • Years later he was found by his real brother, who managed to convince him he was not a coyote.
  • Again, the Coyote named First Angry came by and asked what they were doing.
  • Again, the Coyote named First Angry came by and asked them what they were doing.
  • Coyote married a second wife and this time had children who became the Ohlone people.
  • Although coyotes can live in large groups, small prey is typically caught singly.
  • This was part of her protest against public efforts to control the coyote population near suburban homes.
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Synonyms of Coyote

Meaning of Coyote

  • noun Small wolf native to western north america
  • noun Someone who smuggles illegal immigrants into the united states (usually across the mexican border)
  • noun A forest fire fighter who is sent to battle remote and severe forest fires (often for days at a time)