You don't want the president to do things like this, here's your recourse: Negotiate a comprehensive immigration bill.
They, according to one juror, who spoke to Nightline, believed Dunn had no recourse but to shoot.
Two bottles of stout supplied the necessary lubrication, and there was frequent recourse to a box of licorice pastilles.
I know that it might get nowhere, but this is my only recourse.
We have no access to justice, we have no recourse to the law, we have no recourse to the police.
But why does Machiavel counsel us to have recourse to God, and Rousseau to the gods, to the immortals?
Germinie had recourse to the son and told him that she was a miserable creature.
You'll employ tact before you have recourse to stringent measures.
The archbishop had recourse to the royal Audiencia with a plea of fuerza.
But Eugenie has no need of those little arts, so indispensable to others, or to have recourse to her mirror every hour.
late 14c., from Old French recours (13c.), from Latin recursus "a return, a retreat," literally "a running back, a going back," from stem of past participle of recurrere "run back, return" (see recur).