(Of evidence or a statement) not able to be challenged or rejected: I will give him an irrecusable proof
More example sentences
- In this paper, I will follow in the steps of several thinkers who have responded to the irrecusable summons of this narrative.
- If private credit is not used or rejected, then the operation of law which imposes the irrecusable obligation lies dormant and cannot apply.
- Isn't the hardness of rock just as irrecusable as the reality of the complex plane?
late 18th century: via French from late Latin irrecusabilis, from in- 'not' + recusabilis 'that should be refused' (from the verb recusare).