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Positive EmotionPlay
'Irresistible' often implies a strong, positive response towards something very appealing. SlideThe offer of a trip to Paris at half-price was simply irresistible.
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'Irresistible' is typically used when something appeals greatly to the senses, such as taste or smell. SlideThe aroma from the kitchen was irresistible, making everyone hungry.
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The term can be used in a hyperbolic manner to emphasize an exaggeration for effect. SlideHer laughter was irresistible, filling the room with joy.