present participle of compel
Not able to be resisted.
Strongly or irresistibly evoking interest or attention.
‘There are compelling reasons why a manager should have previous experience.’;
Extremely attractive, to the point that people can't help but fall in love
‘The politician had compelling ambition.’;
That can not be successfully resisted or opposed; superior to opposition; resistless; overpowering; as, an irresistible attraction.
‘An irresistible law of our nature impels us to seek happiness.’;
An act of compulsion; an obliging somebody to do something.
impossible to resist; overpowering;
‘irresistible (or resistless) impulses’; ‘what happens when an irresistible force meets an immovable object?’;
driving or forcing;
tending to persuade by forcefulness of argument;
‘new and compelling evidence’;