To clear the matter up, I declare now that I did have recourse to his assistance, and that I paid him six roubles for it.
Without recourse to any moral principle, having for your foundation only individual selfishness, and the satisfaction of material desires?
We are told by historians that widespread famines occurred in those days every two or three years, and such was the condition of things that men actually had recourse to cannibalism, in secret, of course.
"I can but thank you," he said, in a tone too respectful to be sincere, "for your kindness in letting me speak, for I have often noticed that our Liberals never allow other people to have an opinion of their own, and immediately answer their opponents with abuse, if they do not have recourse to arguments of a still more unpleasant nature."
There are no more uses of "recourse" in the book.
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If you’re not reasonable, my only recourse will be to sue you.
If you sign that contract and are unhappy with the car, you will have no recourse but to make the payments.