[ US /ˌɪnˈkɫusɪv/ ]
[ UK /ɪnklˈuːsɪv/ ]
  1. including much or everything; and especially including stated limits
    an inclusive fee
    his concept of history is modern and inclusive
    from Monday to Friday inclusive
    an inclusive art form
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How To Use inclusive In A Sentence

  • Our ambition is to build a prosperous, inclusive and outward-looking country. Times, Sunday Times
  • There are a lot of so-called "Mathematical Economic Models" in today's market, but none of them presents an inclusive and deterministic system.
  • The Western Cape's pursuit of an inclusive South African identity is bedevilled by ... the persistence of white privilege rooted in historical baaskap and black exclusion," the document said. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • The restaurant serves three buffet meals a day and you can go all-inclusive. The Sun
  • With an inclusive membership it has provided a forum for the exchange of views on a broad range of issues.
  • The lottery schemes are what is known as the ternary combination of seventy-eight numbers, being one to seventy-eight, inclusive; or in other words, 'three number' schemes. Lights and Shadows of New York Life or, the Sights and Sensations of the Great City
  • As this is is an inclusive service, the fee also covers the procurements of gifts to the happy couple.
  • Just because an obscure term is included on a sticker from a national organisation that primarily functions in academic circles does not mean that we as a society are inclusive.
  • The term "inclusive" is code for Republican light with a bid tent for gays, lesbians, transgenders, amnesty for illegal. Latest Articles
  • We can use these faculties to tend the planet and all its inhabitants, by means of inclusive social practices and arrangements that ensure a loving sufficiency for all.
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