irresistibility : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  the quality of being overpowering and impossible to resist

  • The legend of old Broadwaywhen stories of poor boys winning the hearts of rich girls served as metaphors for the irresistibility of American ambition, and debonair stars .
  • Luis Angel Firpo, Argentine heavyweight boxer, has demonstrated his irresistibility on several notable occasions.
  • There's a certain irresistibility to the grande dame of film portraying the grande dame of fashion.

  • Tim Gunn in Wall Street Journal
    In order to take something off the rack, [a shopper] needs to have an emotional response,Liz Claiborne creative director Tim Gunn says. "There needs to be a quality of irresistibility about the purchase for her to even go to it."

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