This runs in stark contrast to the temptation to privatize every resource and turn it into a profitable market.
She views music and pop culture as a resource for people to figure out where we are as a society.
But a great human being—a human being who has used every resource at his disposal to do something extraordinary—that is inspiring.
1610s, "means of supplying a want or deficiency," from French resourse "a source, spring," noun use of fem. past participle of Old French resourdre "to rally, raise again," from Latin resurgere "rise again" (see resurgent). Resources "a country's wealth" first recorded 1779.
1975, from resource (n.). Related: Resourced; resourcing.