Definition of inclusive
- from Monday to Friday inclusive
a butterfly expert with an inclusive knowledge of his subject
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all-embracing, all-inclusive, broad-gauge (or broad-gauged), compendious, complete, comprehensive, cyclopedic, encyclopedic, exhaustive, full, global, in-depth, omnibus, panoramic, thorough, universal;
: covering or including everything
: open to everyone : not limited to certain people
: including the stated limits and everything in between
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the quality or state of being insatiable
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