- Middle English wile, an occupational surname for a trapper or a nickname for a wily person. (Wiktionary)
“Bill Wile is an easygoing, hardworking guy who leads a quiet, ordinary life.”
“I think you’re looking for a kidnapper called Wile E.”
“E.rly on, that feature created problems for the site's custodians, as pranksters added names such as Wile E. Coyote from Arizona.”
“I think our culture prefers to lie back and believe simultaneously that life is an uncontrollable juggernaut running us down and flattening us like a Wile E. Coyote cartoon and that, at the same time, we are gods who control our own destiniesor should be.”
“It's like you looked at Wile E. Coyote's paw and it said "Road Runner.”
“All in all, a marvelous time (Oh - I forgot to mention that I caught up with my college roommate, Jay Wile, whom I roomed with when I was a frosh and he was a sophomore, and whom I haven't seen in ... 25 years!).”
“But, anyway, she and Darren were in the Tonga Room and reenacted my Wile E. Coyote moment, twelve years later:”
“That is, if you're lucky, they look like Wile E. Coyote.”
“And here be Wile E Quixote being a delicate flower and whining with concern about name calling.”
“DougL (frmrly: Conservatively Liberal) @Wile E. Quixote:”
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