Resort

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Resort

A place frequented by people for relaxation and recreation; a customary or frequent gathering place.
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I thought those resorts looked new--Caliente, Boyes Hot Springs, E1 Verano, and all along the line.
Bands of free trappers resort hither also, to sell the furs they have collected; or to engage their services for the next hunting season.
But before we attend him on this expedition, we shall resort awhile to Mr Western's, and see what further happened to the charming Sophia.
They would quickly resort to means similar to those by which it had been effected, to reinstate themselves in their lost pre-eminence.
The few ladies who resort to them, sit, as of right, in the front rows of the boxes.
I fear," answered Flambeau, "a pleasure resort to which few people just now have the pleasure of resorting.
Taking a page from Victor Turner and other historians of leisure, Sterngass depicts the three resorts as "liminal places, laboratories in which visitors could experiment with new or different ideas about the value of the work ethic, the significance of luxury in a democratic republic, the proper roles of men and women, and the relationship between community and privacy" (4).