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Since the mid-1990s, luxury has been the winning play in the ski “resort” business—ski resorts being a breed apart from ski “areas.”

Most resorts don’t allow for overnight parking, but we found ten ski hills across the country that have dedicated lots for your cabin on wheels.

In 2017, Miard visited Langkawi, famous for its beaches and paddy fields, where she saw colugos “everywhere” — in orchards, on golf courses, at resorts and along well-traveled village roads.

The getaway was rated as the safest travel option by consumers surveyed by the Cairn Consulting Group for Kampgrounds of America, finishing far ahead of resorts, hotels, Airbnb and air travel.

Beginning in the 1950s, Fire Island emerged as a premier summer retreat, and remains a retreat destination for many today, with its beautiful beaches, resorts, shopping, fine dining, and activities for all interests.

Why had teachers at Jamaica High School resorted to overusing 911 for common classroom disruptions?

It got so bad, that the school resorted to “Groupon-like services” to fill seats.

The document said Wright was condescending and had “resorted to name-calling,” though no examples were offered.

Many have been victims of crime but they have not resorted to sleeping with firearms under their pillows.

So, miserably, he resorted to the autocue, and even this he turned into a disaster.

No accidental relations of parts of names is resorted to, as was done in the case of the American Presidents.

Mademoiselle had incontinently refused, and madame, to win her compliance, had resorted to threats.

Synthesis will be sometimes hereafter resorted to to connect in our minds an event to its date.

These devices are rarely resorted to, but if ever used, they must be thoroughly assimilated.

By a device resorted to in each separate case to help make a more vivid First Impression.


On this page you'll find 41 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to resorted, such as: repair, use, run, recur, devote, and try.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.