Synonyms and related words:
ability, action, ad hoc measure, address, adeptness, adroitness, airmanship, answer, aptitude, artfulness, artifice, artisanship, artistry, assets, available means, backlog, balance, bonanza, bravura, brilliance, cache, capability, capacity, capital, capital goods, capitalization, cash, cleverness, command, competence, contraption, contrivance, control, coordination, cornucopia, countermove, coup, course of action, craft, craftsmanship, creation, cunning, deftness, demarche, dernier ressort, device, dexterity, dexterousness, dextrousness, diplomacy, dodge, efficiency, effort, expediency, expedient, expertise, facility, fashion, finesse, font, forte, fortune, fount, fountain, fund, funds, gimmick, gold mine, grace, grip, grist, gumption, guts, handiness, holdings, hope, horsemanship, imagination, imaginativeness, improvisation, ingeniousness, ingenuity, initiative, invention, inventiveness, jury-rig, jury-rigged expedient, know-how, last expedient, last resort, last shift, liquid assets, lode, makeshift, maneuver, manner, marksmanship, mastership, mastery, mean, means, measure, method, mine, mode, money, move, nest egg, opportunity, pis aller, possessions, possibility, practical ability, proficiency, property, prowess, quality, quarry, quick-wittedness, quickness, readiness, recourse, refuge, relief, reserve, reserve fund, reserve supply, reserves, reservoir, resort, resourcefulness, resources, riches, savings, savoir-faire, savvy, seamanship, shake-up, shift, sinking fund, skill, skillfulness, solution, something in reserve, source, source of supply, spring, staple, step, stockpile, stopgap, stratagem, strength, string, stroke, stroke of policy, style, substance, substitute, subterfuge, supply, surrogate, system, tact, tactfulness, tactic, talent, technical brilliance, technical mastery, technical skill, technique, temporary expedient, timing, trick, trump, unexpended balance, vein, virtuosity, way, wealth, well, wellspring, wit, wizardry, working hypothesis, working proposition, workmanship, worth

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  • resource — I noun accumulation, asset, available means, capital, contrivance, dependence, device, essential, estate, expedient, facultates, fund, income, instrument, material, means, property, provision, reserve, reserve fund, resort, revenue, source, stock …   Law dictionary

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