coyote coyote  /kaɪ ˈoʊ ti/


  1. (n) small wolf native to western North America
  2. (n) someone who smuggles illegal immigrants into the United States (usually across the Mexican border)
  3. (n) a forest fire fighter who is sent to battle remote and severe forest fires (often for days at a time)


  1. There are coyote populations in every major metropolis in the West today.
  2. Becky Weed rarely lays eyes on a coyote as she goes about tending her sheep on Thirteen Mile Farm outside Belgrade, Mont.
  3. I'll agree with Professor Dobie that the coyote is one of the most interesting of animals.


  1. Who Made That T-Shirt Cannon?

    The coyote mascot who pushed past the “slingshot era.”
    on June 21, 2013     Source: New York Times

  2. Coppell woman says she saw coyote kill her dog

    A Coppell woman said she watched as a coyote “glided” onto her property about 2 a.m. Friday, May 24, and picked up her Chihuahua and caused it fatal injuries.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Coppell Gazette

  3. Coyote Creek offers unique Hole-in-One challenge

    For a $3 fee, you can try for a $1,000 hole-in-one every day at Coyote Creek. It's part of the new Charatee Challenge at the golf course.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: WEEK News 25 Central Illinois

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  1. Jessica wrote: "My heart is broken because a coyote took my precious Daisy right in front of our eyes, HORROR! We are searching. Hoping. Please help!"
    on Sep 15, 2009 By: Jessica Simpson Source: New Zealand Herald

  2. "The animals who are around the base of the gingerbread are animals that you might see if you visit some of our national parks," Mrs. Bush said. "We have foxes and special sheep that we would see if we were in Alaska, bears, coyote."
    on Nov 29, 2007 By: Barbara Bush Source: FOXNews

  3. In an e-mail to Justice Department attorney Rebecca Seidel, Lam said she defended her record to Issa by explaining that she had traded "low-end coyote cases" _ a reference to immigrant smugglers _ for more complicated prosecutions of smuggling...
    on Mar 21, 2007 By: Carol Lam Source: Washington Post

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