Every once in awhile somebody spotted a coyote scurrying past along the side of the road, and the whole bus leaped in its seat.
My daughter has an intense barking laugh that sounds like a coyote chasing a unicorn.
As for the puppy being in danger, you have to wonder how big it was compared to the coyote.
The immigrants are charged with conspiring with the coyote to smuggle themselves through Arizona.
The governor and the dog were out for an early morning jog when a coyote suddenly appeared, growling at Rory.
He found himself holding his breath in order to be sure that the clamor of a coyote was not a cowboy signal of attack.
Throughout the West there are two sorts of wolves—the coyote and the gray wolf.
The firing had ceased save for a few sharp reports from the revolvers, like a coyote's spiteful snapping.
Miss Anderson was out for a morning's ride when she encountered the coyote.
If pursued, the pursuers cannot find the way to coyote creek.
1759, American English, from Mexican Spanish coyote, from Nahuatl coyotl.
A person who smuggles illegal immigrants across the Mexican-US border: the ''coyotes,'' the smugglers who bribe or otherwise contrive to get their charges past border authorities (1920s+) coyote ugly
Extremely ugly or nasty; piss-ugly, ugly as catshit: I had a coyote ugly date (1980s+ Students)