Definition of Irrecusable

1. a. Not liable to exception or rejection.



Definition of Irrecusable

1. Adjective. That cannot be challenged or objected to ¹

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Definition of Irrecusable

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Irrecusable

irreconcilably
irreconcile
irreconcileable
irreconciled
irreconcilement
irreconciles
irreconciliation
irreconciling
irrecordable
irrecoverable
irrecoverableness
irrecoverably
irrecuperable
irrecuperably
irrecured
irrecusable (current term)
irrecusably
irredeemability
irredeemable
irredeemableness
irredeemably
irredenta
irredentas
irredentism
irredentisms
irredentist
irredentists
irreducibilities
irreducibility
irreducible

Literary usage of Irrecusable

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Law of Contracts by Edward Avery Harriman (1901)
"The former may be termed paramount, or irrecusable, the latter ... A clear example of paramount or irrecusable obligation is the obligation imposed on every ..."

2. Select Cases on the Law of Torts: With Notes, and a Summary of Principles by John Henry Wigmore (1912)
"The subject of Tort, then, deals with the large group of relations here termed Universal irrecusable Nexus. The next question is, What is the content of the ..."

3. The Law of Quasi Contracts by Frederic Campbell Woodward (1913)
"They are paramount or irrecusable, ... and irrecusable and the division of irrecusable obligations into particular and universal, see Professor Wigmore's ..."

4. Bouvier's Law Dictionary and Concise Encyclopedia by John Bouvier, Francis Rawle (1914)
"irrecusable. A term used to indicate a> certain class of contractual ... A clear example of an irrecusable obligation is the obligation imposed on every man ..."

5. Elements of the Law of Contracts by Edward Avery Harriman (1896)
"The rule might then be thus stated: a promise to perform, or actual performance of, an irrecusable obligation, or an obligation to the public or to the ..."

6. The Law of Contracts by Edward Avery Harriman (1901)
"The former may be termed paramount, or irrecusable, the latter ... A clear example of paramount or irrecusable obligation is the obligation imposed on every ..."

7. Select Cases on the Law of Torts: With Notes, and a Summary of Principles by John Henry Wigmore (1912)
"The subject of Tort, then, deals with the large group of relations here termed Universal irrecusable Nexus. The next question is, What is the content of the ..."

8. The Law of Quasi Contracts by Frederic Campbell Woodward (1913)
"They are paramount or irrecusable, ... and irrecusable and the division of irrecusable obligations into particular and universal, see Professor Wigmore's ..."

9. Bouvier's Law Dictionary and Concise Encyclopedia by John Bouvier, Francis Rawle (1914)
"irrecusable. A term used to indicate a> certain class of contractual ... A clear example of an irrecusable obligation is the obligation imposed on every man ..."

10. Elements of the Law of Contracts by Edward Avery Harriman (1896)
"The rule might then be thus stated: a promise to perform, or actual performance of, an irrecusable obligation, or an obligation to the public or to the ..."

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