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Road-tripping families will find many conveniences here, from resort daycare to kids’ nights out to snow tubing and entry-level terrain parks.

The next morning, we moved our survey to a leafy resort on the island.

They’re finding that they have everything they need here and feel safe at the resort.

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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.

Meaning the federal government would be the insurer of last resort in a devastating terrorist attack.

Which indicates that the show still has plenty of life left in it without resorting to such extreme measures.

My goal is to make the case for open carry without resorting to the usual “shall not be infringed” rhetoric.

The meaning of a “probability” estimate can be understood by resorting to the last refuge of political metaphors: sports.

Demonstrators accused police of resorting to violence without warning or obvious reason.

Gupta said patients are resorting to trial and error, and they are forced to discover proper dosage on their own.

The present bar is quite sufficient to bear the increased pressure required in our time, without resorting to any other means.

"Well, I don't feel inclined that way myself," said Dan, resorting to his tobacco box.

The aristocracy first broke this rule by resorting to force to block the reforms of the Gracchi.

The nullifiers enraged him, and though they abstained from resorting to extreme measures, they continued their threats.

I was beginning to feel very anxious, and had decided not to pass that longitude without resorting to desperate measures.

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On this page you'll find 42 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to resorting, such as: repair, use, run, recur, devote, and try.

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