irrecusable[ir′i kyo̵̅o̅′zə bəl]
Origin: < Fr or LL: Fr irrécusable < LL irrecusabilis < in-, in- + recusabilis, that should be rejected < L recusare, to refuse: see recusant
- irrecusably adverb
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Origin: French irrécusable, from Late Latin irrecūsābilis : Latin in-, not; see in-1 + recūsābilis, deserving of rejection (from Latin recūsāre, to refuse; see recuse).
- irˌre·cuˈsa·bly adverb