all-inclusive

[awl-in-kloo-siv]

adjective

including everything; comprehensive.

Nearby words

  1. all-flying tail,
  2. all-important,
  3. all-in,
  4. all-in wrestling,
  5. all-in-one,
  6. all-night,
  7. all-nighter,
  8. all-or-none,
  9. all-or-none law,
  10. all-or-nothing

Origin of all-inclusive

First recorded in 1880–85

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British Dictionary definitions for all-inclusive

all-inclusive

adjective

including everything; comprehensive
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Word Origin and History for all-inclusive

all-inclusive

adj.

1813, from all + inclusive. Related: All-inclusively; all-inclusiveness.

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