Definition of Irresistibility

1. Noun. The quality of being overpowering and impossible to resist.

Exact synonyms: Irresistibleness
Generic synonyms: Power, Powerfulness
Derivative terms: Irresistible, Irresistible, Irresistible, Irresistible



Definition of Irresistibility

1. n. The quality or state of being irresistible, irresistibleness.

Definition of Irresistibility

1. Noun. The quality of being irresistible. ¹

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Definition of Irresistibility

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Irresistibility

irreproachableness
irreproachably
irreproducibility
irreproducible
irreproducibly
irreprovable
irreprovableness
irreprovably
irreps
irreptitious
irreputable
irresilient
irresistable
irresistably
irresistance
irresistibility (current term)
irresistible
irresistible grace
irresistible impulse
irresistibleness
irresistibly
irresistless
irresoluble
irresolubleness
irresolubly
irresolute
irresolutely
irresoluteness
irresolution
irresolutions

Literary usage of Irresistibility

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1. The Hermit in London: Or Sketches of English Manners by Felix M'Donogh (1820)
"irresistibility OF MANNERS. Forever cheerful, though not always witty. And never giving cause for hate or pity i These are his arts, such arts as must ..."

2. The Medico-chirurgical Review, and Journal of Practical Medicine (1843)
"... for no virtues bnt to show the irresistibility of their Maker," and the rest are to be damned, whether virtuous or wicked, for the same purpose of ..."

3. The Logic of Definition: Explained and Applied by William Leslie Davidson (1885)
"Much the same may be said of the third criterion—irresistibility. This is the counterpart of self-evidence; or, ..."

4. Medicolegal Aspects of Moral Offenses by Léon Henri Thoinot, Arthur Wisswald Weysse (1911)
"Exhibitionism, an episodic syndrome in degenerates; irresistibility, consciousness and repetitions of the manifestation.—Examples showing the various ..."

5. Shakespeare as a Dramatic Artist: A Popular Illustration of the Principles by Richard Green Moulton (1901)
"( The fascination of irresistibility, then, which is to act by instinct in every scene, may be arrived at analytically when we survey the play as a ..."

6. The Hermit in London: Or Sketches of English Manners by Felix M'Donogh (1820)
"irresistibility OF MANNERS. Forever cheerful, though not always witty. And never giving cause for hate or pity i These are his arts, such arts as must ..."

7. The Medico-chirurgical Review, and Journal of Practical Medicine (1843)
"... for no virtues bnt to show the irresistibility of their Maker," and the rest are to be damned, whether virtuous or wicked, for the same purpose of ..."

8. The Logic of Definition: Explained and Applied by William Leslie Davidson (1885)
"Much the same may be said of the third criterion—irresistibility. This is the counterpart of self-evidence; or, ..."

9. Medicolegal Aspects of Moral Offenses by Léon Henri Thoinot, Arthur Wisswald Weysse (1911)
"Exhibitionism, an episodic syndrome in degenerates; irresistibility, consciousness and repetitions of the manifestation.—Examples showing the various ..."

10. Shakespeare as a Dramatic Artist: A Popular Illustration of the Principles by Richard Green Moulton (1901)
"( The fascination of irresistibility, then, which is to act by instinct in every scene, may be arrived at analytically when we survey the play as a ..."

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