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Inclusionary vs. Inclusive

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Inclusionaryadjective

Marked by inclusiveness

Inclusiveadjective

Including (almost) everything within its scope.

‘an inclusive list of data formats’;

Inclusiveadjective

Including the extremes as well as the area between.

‘numbers 1 to 10 inclusive’;

Inclusiveadjective

(linguistics) Of, or relating to the first-person plural pronoun when including the person being addressed.

‘The pronoun in "If you want, we could go back to my place for coffee" is an inclusive "we".’;

Inclusiveadjective

Inclosing; encircling; surrounding.

‘The inclusive vergeOf golden metal that must round my brow.’;

Inclusiveadjective

Comprehending the stated limit or extremes; as, from Monday to Saturday inclusive, that is, taking in both Monday and Saturday; - opposed to exclusive.

Inclusiveadjective

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’;

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