[ UK /ɪɹɪsˈɪstəbli/ ]
[ US /ˌɪɹɪˈzɪstəbɫi/ ]
  1. incapable of being resisted
    the candy looked overwhelmingly desirable to the dieting man
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How To Use irresistibly In A Sentence

  • Love is an irresistible desire to be irresistibly desired.
  • And at every turn, driving Glyver irresistibly onward, is his deadly rival: the poet-criminal Phoebus Rainsford Daunt. The Meaning of Night: Summary and book reviews of The Meaning of Night by Michael Cox.
  • In the same way cats are irresistibly attracted to preparations of valerian because their own urine contains valerianic acid. Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 4 Sexual Selection In Man
  • The four vertical tubes look irresistibly floral after the gelid Tatlin monuments and are dedicated to a master at the other end of the modernist pantheon, Henri Matisse.
  • A good trailer is a hook, designed to leave you irresistibly compelled to come back one more time.
  • Children are irresistibly drawn to stories, and we use them to instill all the most important ideas about the human community, its daily dangers and rules, plus moral fables about how to succeed and be happy.
  • Love is the irresistible desire to be irresistibly desired. Robert Frost 
  • Tragedy and romance have never been so irresistibly entwined: the beautiful young queen, maddened by grief, hastening to join her dead lover, Mark Antony, through the kiss of an asp.
  • Its usual chill repellance had been changed into something inviting by the wood fire on the hearth, and on the bed where the guests had deposited their wraps lay an array of millinery which drew her irresistibly. Georgina of the Rainbows
  • Allium moly, otherwise known as Golden Garlic, is so easy to grow and its bright yellow star-shaped flowers are irresistibly cheerful.
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