Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as coyote.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "Well," said Nick with a laugh, "I 'll be sober enough to stack up with any measly kiote that's pirootin' around this town!"

    Emerson's Wife and Other Western Stories

  • "I told Nick not to send for you, but the darned kiote went and done it without me knowing it!"

    Emerson's Wife and Other Western Stories

  • Tuck in an 'fire my men, butt on my affairs -- Why, you impudent young puppy-dog, you: I'll make you stick your tail between your legs an' howl like a kiote before I'm done with you! "

    Man to Man

  • We 'll load up with warrants, and arrest every kiote that's thought to be a member of the gang; and we' ll start in with Faustin Dysert himself! "

    Emerson's Wife and Other Western Stories

  • Nick, you was a sure kiote to send for him yesterday. "

    Emerson's Wife and Other Western Stories

  • Tom, "he said, and the Irish roll in his voice showed that his contrition was sincere enough to move him deeply," sure and I was a measly, beastly, ornery kiote to go back on you like that, and you 'd have served me right if you' d set on me twice as long as you did! "

    Emerson's Wife and Other Western Stories

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