- recourse: see course
- recourse (n.)
- late 14c., from Old French recours (13c.), from Latin recursus "a return, a retreat," literally "a running back, a going back," from stem of past participle of recurrere "run back, return" (see recur).
- 1. It enabled its members to settle their differences without recourse to war.
- 2. The public believes its only recourse is to take to the streets.
- 3. Your only recourse is legal action.
- 4. The enemy may have recourse to steel instead of poison.
- 5. I couldn't tell which direction without recourse to a map.
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