inclusive[ in-kloo-siv ]SEE DEFINITION OF inclusive
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCLUSIVE
The season for oysters is from September to April, inclusive.
A detailed breakdown of these will also be found on pages 1035 to 1267 inclusive.
The composition of these numerals from twelve to nineteen inclusive is easily seen.
Earlier in the day—at eleven o'clock, say—the talk was not so general nor so inclusive.
Numbers Five to Nine, inclusive, were neither productive nor eventful.
I am not informed as to the crops in 1914 to 1919 inclusive.
The period treated in the present study is from 1741 to 1810 inclusive.
Take the largest and most inclusive of all things—the whole world.
This inclusive fee varies, in schools of repute, from 75 to 100.
“Push” is selfish and exclusive: “pull” is inclusive and neighbourly.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INCLUSIVE
- across the board
- wall to wall
- taken as a whole