that cannot be refused or rejected
Origin of irrecusable; from 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