use Cope in a sentence
[verb] to deal with a difficult problem or situation;
She simply couldn’t cope with the stress of working under the new boss, and quit her job.
I often wonder how my mother was able to cope with four children, when my father was often away at sea for months at a time.
The police were not able to cope with the large numbers of drunken fans who went on a rampage through the downtown core.
We need a better photocopier which can cope with the large number of copies being made by the office staff.
It remains to be seen whether the government can cope with the differing viewpoints of the business sector and the anti-poverty groups.
I can’t cope with all this noise. Can’t we go somewhere a little more quiet?
Moshe Waldoks once remarked that a sense of humor can help you overlook the unattractive, tolerate the unpleasant, cope with the unexpected, and smile through the unbearable.
Since getting a part-time job, it has been difficult for me to cope with all this housework, so you kids will need to give me a hand.
According to Georg Simmel, urbanites cope with high levels of stimulation by developing filtering techniques.
Millions of North Americans cope with some degree of hearing loss.