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all–inclusive

adjective all–in·clu·sive \ˌl-in-ˈklü-siv, -ziv\

: including everything; especially : sold for one price that includes charges and fees that are often added separately

Full Definition of ALL-INCLUSIVE

:  including everything <a broader and more nearly all–inclusive view>
all–in·clu·sive·ness noun

First Known Use of ALL-INCLUSIVE

1850

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