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Common misspellings for cope:

compe, ope, cbye.

Cope \c(o)-pe\

Meaning:
cape
Origin:
English
Details:
Cope as a boy's name is of Middle English origin, and the meaning of Cope is "cape". Probably an occupational name referring to the long cape worn by a bishop of the Catholic or Anglican church.
Meaning:
Capp, Cobb, Coby, Cabe, cap, coop, cob, Cobi, Cobe, Cobey, Cobie, Kobe.
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Examples of usage for cope:

  1. Now the young gallant vexed himself to think how Tom had conquered him before his new mistress, so was resolved on speedy revenge, and, knowing he was not able to cope with Tom, he hired two lusty troopers, well mounted, to lie in ambush under a thicket, which Tom was to pass on his way home, and so accordingly they both attempted to set upon him. –  by
  2. He waited, quietly, then, for Ruth to think over his remarks; she had regarded him earnestly while he had been speaking, and, now, sat with her hands folded in her lap for a few minutes before she spoke: Father Felix, she began, at length, Father Felix, I appreciate the reasons that prompted you to come to me and advise me as you have just been doing; I understand that you consider me unfit to cope with the present situation under my circumstances and I wish to inform you that I do not intend to run away from my duty any more than you do. –  by
  3. They, as well equipped as they are, are not prepared to cope with such a problem presented with such as you. –  by

Quotes for cope:

  1. This is a ruthless world and one must be ruthless to cope with it.
  2. I tend to be attracted to characters who are up against a wall with very few alternatives. And the film then becomes an examination of how they cope with very few options. And that's, I guess, what interests me in terms of human behavior.
  3. We make up horrors to help us cope with the real ones.
  4. I knew I could not cope with the future unless I was able to rediscover the past.
  5. Reality is just a crutch for people who can't cope with drugs.

Rhymes for cope:

  1. grope, hope, lope, mope, pope, rope, scope, slope, soap, tope, nope, sope, kope, shope;
  2. elope;
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