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Definition of "recusal" [recusal]

  • An act of recusing. To remove oneself from a decision/judgment because of a conflict of interest. (noun)

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Use "recusal" in a sentence
  • "And to do so after Ilya announced his recusal is just unfair."
  • "However, while it notes the role of Gandalf as counsel, it forgets to mention his recusal from the deliberations in this case."
  • "Frankly, though, any kind of long-term recusal is overkill in the circumstances."
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