The practice of extracting payments from natural resource companies by threats of disruption and violence will continue.
Water is so valuable that we want to guard it carefully as a natural resource.
He seemed my natural resource, but my cousin would be there.
But tears and bewailings were not a natural resource with Polly, whose forte was action.
The natural resource was soon found,—universal freedom by a constitutional amendment.
It had never occurred to her that the resumption of her former calling would one day present itself as her natural resource.
To take his hat and go would have been his natural resource, but then he did not wish to be foiled in his object.
But in the northern portions of Ceylon, owing to the absence of mountains, this natural resource cannot be relied on.
Silence was the natural resource, but silence is sometimes more eloquent than speech.
Textbooks are usually a bore, but literature is a natural resource even in hours of weariness.
natural resource |
Something, such as a forest, a mineral deposit, or fresh water, that is found in nature and is necessary or useful to humans. See more at nonrenewable, renewable.