that cannot be refused or rejected
Origin of irrecusablefrom French or LL: French irrécusable from Late Latin irrecusabilis from in-, in- + recusabilis, that should be rejected from Classical Latin recusare, to refuse: see recusant
Not subject to challenge or objection: an irrecusable premise.
Origin of irrecusableFrench irrécusable from Late Latin irrecūsābilis Latin in- not ; see in- 1. recūsābilis deserving of rejection ( from Latin recūsāre to refuse ; see recuse . )
(comparative more irrecusable, superlative most irrecusable)
ir- + recusable