irrecusable

[ir-i-kyoo-zuh-buh l]

Origin of irrecusable

From the Late Latin word irrecūsābilis, dating back to 1770–80. See ir-2, recuse, -able
Related formsir·re·cu·sa·bly, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for irrecusable

irrecusable

adjective
  1. not able to be rejected or challenged, as evidence, etc
Derived Formsirrecusably, adverb
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