Origin of inclusive
Examples from the Web for inclusively
When I question whether he governed so inclusively as Speaker of the House in the 1990s, he quickly counters.
It was her business that evening to be universally and inclusively polite.The Card, A Story Of Adventure In The Five Towns|Arnold Bennett
He inclusively, in a great measure, abandons the right of self-defence, the first law of Nature.
Yet enough is known to assure us that only the broadest generalities are inclusively true.Women of America|John Rouse Larus
From Titus Livius to de Thou, inclusively, all historians have been infected with prodigies.A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 7 (of 10)|Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire)
He had a right to Mr. Mortomley's letters, and inclusively Mrs. Mortomley's.Mortomley's Estate, Vol. II (of 3)|Charlotte Elizabeth Lawson Cowan Riddell
British Dictionary definitions for inclusively
Word Origin and History for inclusively
mid-15c., from Medieval Latin inclusivus, from Latin inclus-, past participle stem of includere (see include). Related: Inclusively; inclusiveness.