Etymology
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resourceful (adj.)

1807, "shifty, fertile in expedient," from resource (n.) + -ful. By 1847 as "rich or abounding in resources." Related: Resourcefully; resourcefulness. Resourceless is from 1787.

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Definitions of resourceful

resourceful (adj.)
having inner resources; adroit or imaginative;
the most resourceful cook in town
an able and resourceful politician
someone who is resourceful is capable of dealing with difficult situations
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