unresistible

unresistible

(ˌʌnrɪˈzɪstəbəl)
adj
not able to be resisted or opposed
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Moreover, his theory is full of Longinian vocabulary, speaking of literature "ravishing," carrying readers to the "heights," and being "unresistible," concepts similar to Longinian ekstasis and ekplexis.
But truly many of such writings as come under the banner of unresistible love, if I were a mistress, would never persuade me they were in love: so coldly they apply fiery speeches, as men that had rather read lovers' writings ...
Newcastle at 8-1 - unresistible (irresistible doesn't work!).
But truly many of such writings as come under the banner of unresistible love, if I were a mistress, would never persuade me that the,/ were in love: so coldly they apply fiery speeches, as men that had rather read lovers' writings ...