Definition of Coyotes

1. Noun. (plural of coyote) ¹



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Definition of Coyotes

1. coyote [n] - See also: coyote

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coyotes

coying
coyish
coyishly
coyly
coyn
coyness
coynesses
coyol
coyol palm
coyote
coyote brush
coyote bush
coyote ugly
coyoteite
coyotelike
coyotes (current term)
coyotillo
coyotillos
coypou
coypous
coypu
coypus
coys
coystrel
coystrels
coystril
coystrils
coywolf
coywolves
coz

Literary usage of Coyotes

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1. Sporting Adventures in the Far West by John Mortimer Murphy (1879)
"... The meet—Mongrel dogs and their love of fighting—At cover—Start two coyotes—The pursuit—Killed by Indian dogs—A mongrel greyhound brings one to bay, ..."

2. California Desert Trails by Joseph Smeaton Chase (1919)
"CHAPTER XIV A DESERT RIDE: LOS coyotes TO WARNER'S SPRINGS Kaweah a tyrant — Los coyotes — A grub-staked miner — Credulity of miners — Prospector and poet ..."

3. An Excursion to California Over the Prairie, Rocky Mountains, and Great by William Kelly (1851)
"CHAPTER III. leave for the South Fork—Tricks of the coyotes—Join a Party going there— Then- Charge for Victuals—Miners and their Operations at the American ..."

4. The Traditions of the Hopi by Henry R. Voth (1905)
"The coyotes thus went out and went around the village hunting for pieces of skin, ... In the morning one of the coyotes went to the place where the Haaa ..."

5. Autobiography of Lorenzo Waugh by Lorenzo Waugh (1888)
"Valley Lands About All Vacant—Plenty of Game, Fowl and Fish— Whales Often in Sight—coyotes—Bucking Horses—Spanish Stock— Extract from the First Magazine—My ..."

6. Western Grazing Grounds and Forest Ranges: A History of the Live-stock by Will Croft Barnes (1913)
"4, with an extra heavy chain; for coyotes and wild cats a No. ... I believe none of the larger animals, like wolves, coyotes or cats, will do this. ..."

7. The Man Who Married the Moon by Charles F. Lummis (2001)
"While they were eating supper, too, they sometimes spread their THE coyotes AT SUPPER WITH THE WOODPECKERS. wings, and displayed their bright under-side. ..."

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