I feel fitted to cope
with any child that ever was born int' the world
My muscles, perfectly attuned and accustomed to the force of gravity on Earth, played the mischief with me in attempting for the first time to cope
with the lesser gravitation and lower air pressure on Mars.
Korak struggled to free himself from his bonds, but even his great strength was unable to cope
with the many strands of hard-knotted cord that bound him.
I couldn't cope
in badinage with the worthy Thomas, but I thought I knew a surer way to his heart, so I said, "Now, Mr.
If asked how to cope
with a great host of the enemy in orderly array and on the point of marching to the attack, I should say: "Begin by seizing something which your opponent holds dear; then he will be amenable to your will.
He admit- ted that he would not be able to cope
with this monster.
The authorities were not in a condition to cope
with serious revolt.
In fact, no one can cope
with him as a stark tramper of the wilderness.
Whatever might be the supernatural influences among these mountains, the travellers found their physical difficulties hard to cope
Many I grasped and set upon their feet again, but alone the work was greater than I could cope
It was with her I had to cope
for the next four-and-twenty hours; and she filled me with a greater present terror than all those villains at the hall; for had not their poor little helpless captive described her as "about the worst of the gang?
There are men whom a merciful Providence has undoubtedly ordained to a single life, but who from wilfulness or through circumstances they could not cope
with have flown in the face of its decrees.