Definition for inclusion

noun as in addition

noun as in practice of including all groups

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Example Sentences

CariClub, a network connecting young professionals with nonprofits they might want to support, has teamed up with Charity Navigator for a fund based on community inclusion.

Shannon Schuyler, the firm’s chief purpose and inclusion officer, says they’re aiming to move faster from here.

From Fortune

Rupture isn’t alone in the uptick in interest from agencies, holding companies and brands in need of help improving diversity and inclusion.

From Digiday

It’s not yet clear how common these pandemic clauses are becoming or whether TV networks are pushing back against their inclusion in this year’s upfront contracts.

From Digiday

Just like selective inclusion, selective exclusion regarding PPC can also be beneficial to your marketing campaigns.

Its inclusion in Record of the Year is on track with the recent trend of all nominees being chart-toppers.

Today, the meaning for Republicans has changed—[it means] an inclusion of people from different backgrounds.

The inclusion of the 47-year-old sex symbol, Baywatch cast member, and star of Borat might surprise you at first.

“CEOs in their 40s and 50s did not grow up with inclusion in the schools and many simply do not know anybody with IDD,” he said.

There are moments in the dialogue that have absolutely no value, and are fascinating only for their inclusion in the book.

The initial syllables of Ulysses and of Rutherford make an inclusion by sound.

This is an instance of Inclusion as to the men, of Exclusion and Concurrence as to date of birth and death.

Inclusion, as applied to the events of life possesses the same variety as in regard to words.

Hence this pair of words does not furnish an example of Inclusion.

The king's opposition made the inclusion of Fox in the new ministry impossible.


On this page you'll find 32 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to inclusion, such as: admittance, formation, incorporation, involvement, composition, and embodiment.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.