broad in scope or content
an invention with broad applications
granted him wide powers
an all-embracing definition
a panoptic study of Soviet nationality
blanket sanctions against human-rights violators
across-the-board pay increases
How To Use all-inclusive In A Sentence
- The hotel is all-inclusive and each person can eat twice at either of the two à la carte restaurants. The Sun
- The all-inclusive package means it is sometimes tempting to stay at the hotel and enjoy the free food and booze. The Sun
- At that level, the $10,000 all-inclusive tuition is enough to make the program self-sustaining.
- I'm really excited about it; it's going to be a huge celebration week - all-inclusive, where everybody can take part.
- This all-inclusive holiday festival will feature three stages of non-stop music, sumptuous food, creative crafts and interactive fun.
- The all-inclusive package holiday took all the stress out of the trip and the hotel was only 20 minutes from the airport. The Sun
- Even with a budget of £2,500, if they go all-inclusive, they run a big risk of finding themselves in a bog-standard resort hotel, eating bland food from the same buffet three times a day.
- An all-inclusive online directory contains profiles and contact information on legislators and lobbyists.
- The all-inclusive package includes all meals, snacks and drinks, use of tennis courts, a nine-hole golf course and watersports.
- While LeSport is all-inclusive, Tao warmly welcomes and encourages non-residents.