cope[ kohp ]SEE DEFINITION OF cope
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COPE
I fancy that is just the one thing the human faculty is least able to cope with.
I must be active in order to cope with the enemy's own scouts and spies.
The material can cope with the eternal only in virtue of everlasting evanescence.
He is too shy to cope with such a man as you, but does his duty well.
It seemed as if we were now ready to cope with rebellion in all its extent and strength.
But it was not for human skill to cope with the opposition of infernal spirits.
It would seem, conversely, that they who cope ill have made some egregious blunder?
Wonderful how you can cope with the intricacies of the manufacture of such things.
You have seen him, and you know how little he is able now to cope with a difficulty.
It is natural that the novelist should doubt his ability to cope with his task.