all-inclusive

[ awl-in-kloo-siv ]SEE DEFINITION OF all-inclusive

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ALL-INCLUSIVE

The all-inclusive narrative was not destined to get very far.

It is all-inclusive and demands entire devotion from everybody.

But, if God is all-inclusive mind, He must be the only thinker.

Our "free institutions" were self-sufficient and all-inclusive.

Only it must enlarge itself; its platform must be all-inclusive.

In this respect the church subject is fundamental and all-inclusive.

Biologically the all-inclusive issue concerns the survival of the race.

So his first real step in his Critique of Pure Reason was to found himself on the all-inclusive law of scientific idealism.

Eucken is aware of the various Life-systems which present themselves on every side as all-inclusive.

Zan sprung her news with an air of having delivered an all-inclusive reason for accepting the farm offer at once.

WORD ORIGIN

1813, from all + inclusive. Related: All-inclusively; all-inclusiveness.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ALL-INCLUSIVE

catholic

adjectiveall-embracing, general
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