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Adjective
/inˈklo͞osiv/,
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Including or covering all the services, facilities, or items normally expected or required,
  1. Including or covering all the services, facilities, or items normally expected or required
    • - the price is inclusive, with few incidentals
  2. Containing (a specified element) as part of a whole
    • - all prices are inclusive of taxes
  3. With the inclusion of the extreme limits stated
    • - between the ages of 55 and 59 inclusive
  4. Not excluding any section of society or any party involved in something
    • - only an inclusive peace process will end the conflict
  5. (of language) Deliberately nonsexist, esp. avoiding the use of masculine pronouns to refer to both men and women


  1. including much or everything; and especially including stated limits; "an inclusive art form"; "an inclusive fee"; "his concept of history is modern and inclusive"; "from Monday to Friday inclusive"
  2. including (almost) everything within its scope; including the extremes as well as the area between; of, or relating to the first person plural pronoun when including the person being addressed
  3. (Inclusiveness) Equality must extend to all citizens within the state. Everyone has legitimate stake within the political process.
  4. (Inclusiveness) Instructors design activities to meet the varying needs of all students, devise ways to keep track of all students and their progress, and find ways to reach out to students not keeping up.
  5. (Inclusiveness) The act of encouraging belonging.
  6. (Inclusiveness) creating a hospitable and welcoming environment; interacting with all members of the community without regard to individual characteristics.
  7. (inclusiveness) Gestalt principle stating that the identity of a smaller figure may be lost within a larger, more complex figure
  8. Because we desire to honor God in our community life, we seek to root both the theory and practice of inclusive community in the nature and character of the Triune God -- Father, Son and Holy Spirit -- whose very being expresses the beauty of diversity-in-community. ...
  9. The term inclusive is used to mean including. In the fields of early intervention, early childhood and special education the term inclusive is often used to describe schools, community setting and programs that provide services and supports to children with disabilities along with their ...
  10. An "inclusive" homeschool group accepts and includes all homeschoolers, irrespective of their beliefs or reasons for seeking an alternative to "traditional" education. Some religious home school groups require a "declaration of religious belief" in order to join.
  11. A term used to describe a place that does not exclude any person.
  12. something which people are included in, especially an activity
  13. This term is usually used to distinguish a homeschool support group, organization, conference, or publication that welcomes and addresses the needs of all homeschooling families regardless of religious beliefs, educational philosophy, or homeschooling style or method.
  14. Denotes that the endpoints of a range are included within the set. See Inclusive for more information. This term is used in the context of a range of values defined when clipping or filtering data or defining rule sets.
  15. Included in or incidental to another procedure/service.
  16. We firmly believe that interaction in learning leads to the best performance, and so our system lends itself for parents and education professionals to interact with pupils and students and enjoy the problem solving together either online or by downloading to print
  17. As many stakeholders as possible should be involved in the consensus decision-making process.