Definition of Irrecusably

1. [adv]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Irrecusably

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

Literary usage of Irrecusably

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1. Life of Richard Wagner by Carl Friedrich Glasenapp, William Ashton Ellis (1903)
"Only occasionally, where a burst of passion irrecusably demands it, does it mount to arioso; a stimulant in no case hackneyed by abuse, and naturally never ..."

2. The North American Medical and Surgical Journal (1828)
"He speaks of the predisposing or principal causes, under several heads: as Hereditary taint or aptitude; which is irrecusably established by numerous facts ..."

3. A Rational Refutation of the Hindu Philosophical Systemsby Nehemiah Nilakantha Gore, Nīlakaṇṭha, Fitzedward Hall by Nehemiah Nilakantha Gore, Nīlakaṇṭha, Fitzedward Hall (1862)
"... Vice, and their Fruits ; and (2) of the Acceptance of the Veda as having had no Conscious Author, and as being irrecusably authoritative, 71 ,, 4. ..."

4. On English Adjectives in -able: With Special Reference to Reliable by Fitzedward Hall (1877)
"... but may have been grounded on the substantive walk, cannot irrecusably be drawn into a precedent as strengthening the cause of ..."

5. Life of Richard Wagner by Carl Friedrich Glasenapp, William Ashton Ellis (1903)
"Only occasionally, where a burst of passion irrecusably demands it, does it mount to arioso; a stimulant in no case hackneyed by abuse, and naturally never ..."

6. The North American Medical and Surgical Journal (1828)
"He speaks of the predisposing or principal causes, under several heads: as Hereditary taint or aptitude; which is irrecusably established by numerous facts ..."

7. A Rational Refutation of the Hindu Philosophical Systemsby Nehemiah Nilakantha Gore, Nīlakaṇṭha, Fitzedward Hall by Nehemiah Nilakantha Gore, Nīlakaṇṭha, Fitzedward Hall (1862)
"... Vice, and their Fruits ; and (2) of the Acceptance of the Veda as having had no Conscious Author, and as being irrecusably authoritative, 71 ,, 4. ..."

8. On English Adjectives in -able: With Special Reference to Reliable by Fitzedward Hall (1877)
"... but may have been grounded on the substantive walk, cannot irrecusably be drawn into a precedent as strengthening the cause of ..."

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