Prepositions after Adjectives – see what prepositions are generally used after it in English.
– That combo is irresistible to pervs.
– I wish I were irresistible to women.
– So that was just irresistible to me.
– He is being guided every step of the way and he will be irresistible to America.
– Also in both episodes, Fred becomes irresistible to women and Wilma gets jealous.
– The convincing of Kwasi Donkor was irresistible to Ampadu who accepted the offer.
– I guess curiosity and desire to see something really unusual is irresistible to the new generation of travelers.
– The magnetism of the North can attract (is even irresistible to) everyone who lives, or comes to live, in Canada.
– After seeing women in our church live out their calling, this new view of women’s roles became irresistible to me.
– Here are some tips to carefully plan and spruce up your new home so that you make irresistible to the home buyers.
– The lure of cheap flat screens is irresistible for some.
– It is irresistible for him to reject the plan that constructed by him.
– A role-play corner with dressing-up clothes is irresistible for young children.
– The charms of such state capitalism are irresistible for some but its business models are dismal.
– The luxuriously soft leather makes it irresistible for the woman who enjoys the finer things in life.
– Done well — or even sometimes done awfully — dating shows are proving irresistible for all involved.
– Besides their functionality, New Era caps are irresistible for a persons because of their stylish looks.
– The blueness and freshness of the river makes it so irresistible for tourists who seek the real feel of nature.
– What made the NPfIT ideology particularly irresistible for a long line of ministers was that it was a good idea.
– Something like the puppet master! There are many ways to make yourself and the ambiance irresistible for kissing.
– This sight is even more irresistible in the night.
– Just what they find so irresistible in the bin is anyone’s guess.
– Benzedrine and its sister drugs have been irresistible in cycling.
– There is something irresistible in someone who is exceptionally good at something.
– Our home athletes, likewise, have been irresistible in their march towards history.
– Scrum-hingf Genia wwhen irresistible in the first Test victory over Wespressoskies.
– They are irresistible in this recipe — scattered over a dollop of a soft decadent lemon filling in a delicate tartlet case.
– This is a group very much brought up in the ways of the continental (and South American) style that has become so irresistible in recent years.
– This way, you can get her to forget about feeling guilty for seeing you even if she has a boyfriend and make yourself irresistible in her eyes.
– Many women find taking naps and going to bed much earlier than usual irresistible in early pregnancy — particularly if they have other young children.
– There is something irresistible about the idea of ostrich rustlers.
– That’s what’s so irresistible about our online selves: we can look far more glamorous, interesting and accomplished.
– This bike looks like a complete sports bike with street racer appearance, which makes you irresistible about the design.
– It took me three or four times to make it through, but there was something irresistible about the twist of the young girl turning on the older predator of a man.
– But there was something irresistible about the timing of this one, given that it gave us a chance to do a showcase dinner at a prefect time of the growing season.
– This information can also be used to help with damage limitation if temptation should prove irresistible at any other time.
– This young team’s time will come, and they deserve great credit for getting even this far, but Portugal were irresistible at times, and in Ronaldo they have a potential Player of the Tournament.
– In Lanka, the temptation is almost irresistible after last year’s holocaust.
– Honourable mention must go the various games of chance and skill (in Crystal Maze terms ), which are irresistible after a few beers and make for a lot of frustrating, potentially prize-winning fun.
– Callback Phone is byproducts of VoIP as it is irresistible as well as cost-effective.
– As Alexis Carrel has pointed out, the biological and other laws of life are as hard, ruthless and irresistible as the astronomical laws.
– The power of any minority is irresistible as against each single individual in the majority, who stands alone before the totality of the organized minority.
– They are irresistible by nature?
– The vigor with which the Japanese pressed their advantages proved irresistible by the faction-ridden inhabitants of the peninsula.
– And cresting some hill, steep and irresistible of ascent, you will find yourself sudden monarch of all you survey: an ancient domain cast from your height in all points of the compass.
– You are pretty much irresistible on the hot and spicy 18th and 19th.
– If you are unattached you may meet someone rather passionate and irresistible on this journey.
– Thus I found that Abraham Sugden, aged 13, had been taken on to the Irresistible on 24 June 1812 and left it on 1 July 1813.