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irresistibility

Definitions

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  • n. The quality of being irresistible.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The quality of being irresistible.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the quality of being overpowering and impossible to resist

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Examples

  • When a food scientist at Frito-Lay analyzed what determines "irresistibility" five key influences were pinpointed: calories, flavor hits, ease of eating, meltdown and early hit.

    Obesity: Overeating Is Planned and Designed Into Our Foods

  • Food manufacturers have long been using focus groups to test for cravings and then designing their product for "irresistibility" and "crave-ability."

    Obesity: Overeating Is Planned and Designed Into Our Foods

  • He dips his head and gives me the look that says, how can you resist someone as quiveringly self-aware, as attuned to the mechanisms of his own irresistibility, as I, Russell Brand, am?

    Russell Brand: This charming man

  • As other gadgets, from flat-screen monitors to wireless mice, have sprinted ahead toward gasp-inducing irresistibility, one electronic has failed to thrill.

    Out of Ink, Out of Luck, Why Printers Get No Respect

  • The marriage falls apart, Demi takes up with the ardent billionaire (the nature of his obsession is inexplicable, and nothing about Moore's performance conveys irresistibility) and we wait through an eternity of digressions for Woody to rediscover his ideals and win her back, which he does by bidding a million dollars on a hippopotamus.

    Hook, Lyne And Stinker

  • "" Message in a Bottle '' has its dumb points: too many shots of churning surf and lovers nestled in beach blankets, not to mention the premise that women find incommunicative, hulking shells like Blake the height of irresistibility.

    A Guy Who Really Floats Her Boat

  • What they fail to see is the fundamental irresistibility of the cycle of escalating violence.

    Chuck Gutenson: Neoconservatism and Repentance

  • With Charles Boyer as inspiration, director Chuck Jones, writer Michael Maltese, and Mel Blanc came up with a skunk, who despite the arrogance of his assumption of his irresistibility, is anything but offensive.

    Valentine's Day with Pepe Le Pew

  • The Hope of Spirit-Fueled Social Action yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'The Hope of Spirit-Fueled Social Action'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: The truest hope for our age is co-creation of a compassionate political world using the power of spirit and the irresistibility of love.

    The Hope of Spirit-Fueled Social Action

  • Of blowing him away with her allure and sophistication and irresistibility.

    Red Hot Reunion

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