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Synonyms for resort

holiday centre

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recourse to

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  • recourse to
  • turning to
  • the use of
  • appealing to
  • reference to
  • utilizing

resort to something: have recourse to

Synonyms for resort

to look to when in need

to visit regularly

a frequently visited place

that to which one turns for help when in desperation

Synonyms for resort

a frequently visited place

something or someone turned to for assistance or security

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act of turning to for assistance

have recourse to

move, travel, or proceed toward some place

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References in classic literature ?
General," said the president, "do not alarm yourself; you are among men of honor who will use every means to convince you before resorting to the last extremity, but as you have said, you are among conspirators, you are in possession of our secret, and you must restore it to us.
They represented that it was better to keep on as long as pos- sible without resorting to this last resource.
Miss M'Leod had returned from her Hydro, and first we made very merry on the open lawn in the sunshine over the manners and customs of the English resorting to such places.
After a time, it became known that Elliston was in the habit of resorting to all the noted quacks that infested the city, or whom money would tempt to journey thither from a distance.
Sometimes she had them in her wake, lost in the bubbles and the foam that showed where she had passed; sometimes, as Alfred Bonnycastle said, she let them slide altogether; sometimes she kept them in close confinement, resorting to them under cover of night and with every precaution; sometimes she exhibited them to the public in discreet glimpses, in prearranged attitudes.
I have avoided all general flirtation whatever; I have distinguished no creature besides, of all the numbers resorting hither, except Sir James Martin, on whom I bestowed a little notice, in order to detach him from Miss Mainwaring; but, if the world could know my motive THERE they would honour me.
I fear," answered Flambeau, "a pleasure resort to which few people just now have the pleasure of resorting.