Definition of Irresistibleness

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

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



Definition of Irresistibleness

1. n. Quality of being irresistible.

Definition of Irresistibleness

1. Noun. The quality of being irresistible. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Irresistibleness

irreproducibly
irreprovable
irreprovableness
irreprovably
irreps
irreptitious
irreputable
irresilient
irresistable
irresistably
irresistance
irresistibility
irresistible
irresistible grace
irresistible impulse
irresistibleness (current term)
irresistibly
irresistless
irresoluble
irresolubleness
irresolubly
irresolute
irresolutely
irresoluteness
irresolution
irresolutions
irresolvability
irresolvable
irresolvableness
irresolvably

Literary usage of Irresistibleness

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. An Examination of the Utilitarian Philosophy by John Grote (1870)
"But it is The felt imperativeness of moral duty is not an emotional irresistibleness, though it is something like it: it is a ..."

2. An Examination of the Utilitarian Philosophy by John Grote (1870)
"But it is The felt imperativeness of moral duty is not an emotional irresistibleness, though it is something like it: it is a ..."

3. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1847)
"But what explains the commanding irresistibleness of the inferential process at the same time limits its range. When the inferential process enters upon a ..."

4. A Little Lower Than the Angels by Charles Henry Parkhurst (1908)
"And as against the irresistibleness of that bit of young vegetable omnipotency, artificial masonry did not count. Seams began to open themselves along the ..."

5. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1847)
"But what explains the commanding irresistibleness of the inferential process at the same time limits its range. When the inferential process enters upon a ..."

6. A Little Lower Than the Angels by Charles Henry Parkhurst (1908)
"And as against the irresistibleness of that bit of young vegetable omnipotency, artificial masonry did not count. Seams began to open themselves along the ..."

7. A Little Lower Than the Angels by Charles Henry Parkhurst (1908)
"And as against the irresistibleness of that bit of young vegetable omnipotency, artificial masonry did not count. Seams began to open themselves along the ..."

8. Moral Causation: Or, Notes on Mr. Mill's Notes to the Chapter on 'Freedom by Patrick Proctor Alexander (1875)
"Supposing it does imply or involve irresistibleness (as of course it does), it implies and involves nothing more than the law of Causation itself does, ..."

9. A Little Lower Than the Angels by Charles Henry Parkhurst (1908)
"And as against the irresistibleness of that bit of young vegetable omnipotency, artificial masonry did not count. Seams began to open themselves along the ..."

10. Moral Causation: Or, Notes on Mr. Mill's Notes to the Chapter on 'Freedom by Patrick Proctor Alexander (1875)
"Supposing it does imply or involve irresistibleness (as of course it does), it implies and involves nothing more than the law of Causation itself does, ..."

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