Origin of irresistible
Related formsir·re·sist·i·bil·i·ty, ir·re·sist·i·ble·ness, nounir·re·sist·i·bly, adverb
Examples from the Web for irresistibly
What an alternately messed up, irresistibly catchy, reprehensible, utterly charming holiday classic.The Most WTF Covers of ‘Baby, It’s Cold Outside,’ Everyone’s Favorite Date-Rape Holiday Classic|Kevin Fallon|November 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Expansive, amused, irresistibly self-confident, self-deprecating.
First love is here presented as a force at once violent, cleansing, and irresistibly powerful.
There never yet was any truth or any principle so irresistibly obvious, that all men believed it at once.The Writings Of Thomas Paine, Volume III.|Thomas Paine
Almost the first words upon which his eyes fell arrested his attention and drew him irresistibly onwards.The Spanish Brothers|Deborah Alcock
His flattering air of interest drew these confidences from her as irresistibly as a magnet draws steel.The Little Colonel's Knight Comes Riding|Annie Fellows Johnston
She leaned back, pushing with both hands against his chest; but he swept her irresistibly up to him and kissed her clumsily.The Happy End|Joseph Hergesheimer
He reflected and the hot tumult of exulting senses tore him irresistibly.Sleep Walking and Moon Walking|Isidor Isaak Sadger