Expansive, amused, irresistibly self-confident, self-deprecating.
First love is here presented as a force at once violent, cleansing, and irresistibly powerful.
What an alternately messed up, irresistibly catchy, reprehensible, utterly charming holiday classic.
It was not a sea that came away; it was a mere enormous cataract that poured on irresistibly.
The face, the tone, the outstretched arm, all drew her irresistibly to him.
The arguments which she had considered so irresistibly conclusive, had recoiled like a wave from a rock.
But didnt Altamont say that he had been caught among the ice, and dragged there irresistibly?
Men were drawn to them irresistibly by the desire to share this life of love.
Why were they not always and irresistibly drawn toward the very idea of God?
I was irresistibly reminded of this story, and could not help telling it.