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  • She tried legal means at first, and when that did not work, she resorted to crime.
  • It's hard enough to hold out without resorting to that game. Cited from Red Pepper Burns, by Grace S. Richmond
  • I had meant to try all other means of investigation before resorting to it. Cited from Men, Women, and Ghosts, by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps
  • Resorts are places, towns or sometimes commercial establishment operated by a single company.
  • The gardens in some cases were used as farm houses or summer resorts.
  • By now he was so short of money that he resorted to professional wrestling.
  • It continued to be one of the principal mountain resorts of the area.
  • Ownership later changed hands over the course of the Resort's history.
  • The town was a famous resort prior to the American Civil War.
  • By the middle-19th century the hamlet had become a summer resort community.
  • When its use as a port waned, the village became a resort area.
  • Some residents use these resorts as a year-round home.
  • Some parts areas of the mountain, including areas near the resorts, still contain land mines.
  • It is also the largest city in a mountain resorts area.
  • It wasn't long before the city became known as a resort destination.
  • The summer resort's name means "beautiful place by the sea".
  • The summer resort's name means "beautiful place by the sea".
  • When these materials ran out, he resorted to modern paper.
  • Long Branch still continues to be a popular resort area.
  • Blue Mountain has become a year round resort as opposed to a seasonal business.
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Meaning of resort

  • noun A hotel located in a resort area