coyote

[ kahy-oh-tee, kahy-oht ]SEE DEFINITION OF coyote

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Must have been a coyote in here that sneaked off with your trousers, unless you have 'em on.

But the coyote took him by the neck of his deerskin shirt and dragged him a little.

Why should a coyote, who is the least of all wolves, hunt for himself when he can find a man to follow?

"It was of that first treading that the Skin talked," agreed the Coyote.

Like a coyote he would call at night, and though the Turk heard him, he dared not answer.

Possibly they recognized the Coyote of the house-yard as she stood there wagging her tail.

And before the moon had changed the Coyote had learned how to make a comfortable living.

Of course the wolver could see nothing of the Coyote, for the shades were falling.

It was the ordinary, or rather one of the ordinary, camp-calls of the Coyote.

Wahb tried to run, but it was no use; the Coyote was soon up with him.

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