Definition of resistlessly in English:

resistlessly

adverb

archaic
  • See resistless

    • ‘Worth would have fallen but for the strong hand that upheld him, and dragged him resistlessly forward.’
    • ‘In the fall of the year this luxuriant growth of grass would be set on fire by the Indians or hunters, and especially when the wind was high would sweep resistlessly over the prairies, forming a spectacle, especially at night, that was at once magnificent and terrifying.’
    • ‘When, after the land had again been laid dry through elevation, the northern torrents swept resistlessly on to the sea, the city was again deluged by a sea of water, this time fresh, whose surface rose to an altitude corresponding to the pinnacles of many of our tallest church spires.’