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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE INCLUSIVE

One is the desire to liberalize Christianity and make it more inclusive.

Also that we may have a cleaner, clearer, more inclusive mental view.

The word is more inclusive than any of the words suggested; and is used by preference, by most psychic students.

Indeed, I would not use the word "sociology" now if I could find a more inclusive heading.

As to the higher and more inclusive object to which our lives must be held subservient, he is not dogmatic.

The wiser and the more inclusive we become, the more we take just the spirit of a thing, and leave the bulk and weight behind.

That may mean more or less—A fiend could not have planned a more inclusive revenge.

He works constantly with the material of others, and the result is more inclusive than organic.

Such is the life that becomes ever more inclusive, and hence larger in its scope and influence.

Nothing seems less within the possibility of our own keeping, yet nothing is more inclusive of all other keeping.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., from Medieval Latin inclusivus, from Latin inclus-, past participle stem of includere (see include). Related: Inclusively; inclusiveness.

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