In the House, Republicans resort, almost weekly, to the same futile gesture.
In the age of the "staycation," what do this week's resort collection presentations mean for fashion and its followers?
Hilton headed to India last week to participate in India resort Fashion Week, modeling in shows like Shane and Falguni Peacock.
Instead of diplomatic “carrots,” the United States should resort to more military threats, the authors argue.
And there were reportedly a number of apartments in the resort that were rented out under the radar to avoid taxes.
But do you mean to tell me that an intelligent man must resort to such means to find peace with himself and his God?
To find out what the effect is, we must resort to experiment.
But in order to beat a man as white as your father I had to resort to a pretty poor weapon.
There is the tower, that was to be his study and library and place of resort generally.
Nor do I think it wise for you to resort to—to crude enforcements such as you now contemplate.
late 14c., "that to which one has recourse for aid or assistance," from Old French resort "resource, a help, an aid, a remedy," back-formation from resortir "to resort," literally "to go out again," from re- "again" (see re-) + sortir "go out" (see sortie). Meaning "place people go for recreation" is first recorded 1754. Phrase in the last resort (1670s) translates French en dernier ressort, originally of legal appeals.
c.1400, "issue; come out again;" mid-15c., "to go to (someone) for aid," from Old French resortir, from resort (see resort (n.)). Related: Resorted; resorting.