Meaning of irrepressibility in English:


Pronunciation /ɪrɪprɛsɪˈbɪlɪti/


See irrepressible

‘There is such an irrepressibility to him, such a vibrancy, it seems as though he has just left a party, a joyous occasion, to meet you and the music and the laughter are still ringing in his ears.’
  • ‘Flintoff exemplified the power of personality and his irrepressibility by dismissing Sarwan, the man of the tournament, with his first ball.’
  • ‘But today none the less marks a triumph of huge import, signaling America's and New York's irrepressibility.’
  • ‘The irrepressibility later attributed to the Welsh by Gerald of Wales nonetheless applies to all the British and Irish during this period.’
  • ‘This is a story of the irrepressibility of art and desire, which are identified.’