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synonyms for resorting

  • address
  • affect
  • apply
  • devote
  • direct
  • employ
  • exercise
  • frequent
  • go
  • haunt
  • recur
  • repair
  • run
  • try
  • turn
  • use
  • utilize
  • visit
  • avail oneself of
  • benefit by
  • bring into play
  • fall back on
  • go to
  • head for
  • look to
  • make use of
  • put to use
  • recur to
  • refer to
  • take up
  • turn to
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antonyms for resorting

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  • abstain
  • break
  • halt
  • ignore
  • misuse
  • shun
  • stay
  • stop
  • avoid
  • dodge
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How to use resorting in a sentence

Road-tripping families will find many conveniences here, from resort daycare to kids’ nights out to snow tubing and entry-level terrain parks.
10 SKI AREAS WHERE YOU CAN CAMP IN THE PARKING LOTMEGAN MICHELSONNOVEMBER 20, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
The next morning, we moved our survey to a leafy resort on the island.
ON A COOL NIGHT IN MALAYSIA, SCIENTISTS TRACK MYSTERIOUS COLUGOS ACROSS THE TREETOPSYAO-HUA LAWNOVEMBER 20, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
They’re finding that they have everything they need here and feel safe at the resort.
WHAT YOU SHOULD CONSIDER BEFORE WORKING REMOTELY FROM A VACATION DESTINATIONRACHEL KINGNOVEMBER 14, 2020FORTUNE
Tyson launched Tyson Holistic Holdings in 2016, since rebranded the Ranch Companies with a 420-acre marijuana resort called Tyson Ranch planned for the near future.
MIKE TYSON AND ROY JONES JR. ARE BOTH IN THEIR 50S. THEY WILL BE FIGHTING FOR A WBC BELT IN A MONTH.GENE WANGOCTOBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Meaning the federal government would be the insurer of last resort in a devastating terrorist attack.
MANY BUSINESSES THOUGHT THEY WERE INSURED FOR A PANDEMIC. THEY WEREN’T. (EP. 437)STEPHEN J. DUBNEROCTOBER 29, 2020FREAKONOMICS
Most resorts, including all those on the Epic Pass, will require a mask in common spaces and lift lines, as well as on lifts.
HOW TO SKI COVID-SAFE THIS WINTERMEGAN MICHELSONOCTOBER 26, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
Without a plan, you or they are likely to end up receiving medical care in a hospital, which should be a last resort, Schleglmilch says.
FOUR THINGS TO DO LONG BEFORE YOU LOSE POWERRACHAEL ZISKOCTOBER 15, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
Our guests have enjoyed dining again at their favorite restaurants within our casino resort, and our year-over-year gaming revenue growth of nearly 27% is indicative of the successes we have achieved.
SPORTS BETTING BOOMS IN NEW JERSEY: RECORD $748 MILLION IN SEPTEMBER BETSJEFFOCTOBER 15, 2020FORTUNE
This strategy for LeBron and the Lakers isn’t necessarily a last resort — as it was for Butler and Miami — but it might be more valuable as something to ease into over the course of a game, rather than using that scheme right from the jump.
THE HEAT TOOK A PAGE FROM THE LAKERS’ PLAYBOOKMICHAEL PINAOCTOBER 6, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Though the resort usually opens earlier in the month, a later opening date should allow for more snowmaking and natural snowfall to ensure there’s enough terrain for skiers and riders to spread out.
WHAT THIS SKI SEASON WILL LOOK LIKEMEGAN MICHELSONOCTOBER 6, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
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WORDS RELATED TO RESORTING

  • exploration
  • globetrotting
  • jaunting
  • journey
  • passage
  • peregrination
  • pilgrimage
  • resorting
  • sojourn
  • travel
  • traversing
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irrefragableadjective | [ih-ref-ruh-guh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION