Idioms about inclusive
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How to use inclusive in a sentence
When we really do become more inclusive and more welcoming to everyone, I think we will be a very different place.
The result is an actionable guide to building a trusted brand, which means being true to your brand’s values, inclusive of more people and a responsible marketer.
Last year, an American Association of People with Disabilities study of 140 companies showed that companies offering the most inclusive working environment did better than their peers.
It’s imperative that you’re inclusive — and it’s also important for your sister-in-law to know when to step away to a quiet place when she’s overwhelmed.Carolyn Hax: To summarize, you want to exclude her because she’s disabled?|Carolyn Hax|October 29, 2020|Washington Post
Chase Brexton is a Baltimore-based healthcare provider known for their inclusive care of LGBTQ patients.
We think he will govern more inclusively and govern more with an eye with what is better for Iraq than the current situation.Exclusive: Inside Obama's Push for Regime Change in Iraq|Eli Lake|August 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
When I question whether he governed so inclusively as Speaker of the House in the 1990s, he quickly counters.
When he was angry he was inclusively and miscellaneously angry; and the sun, moon, and stars did not escape.Buried Alive: A Tale of These Days|Arnold Bennett
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)
It thus comprehends from the Keuper inclusively, up to the Wealdean formations.
In Homer it bore this sense, at least occasionally or inclusively, because he calls it .Studies on Homer and the Homeric Age, Vol. 1 of 3|W. E. Gladstone
They were then issued by instalments,114 coming out at intervals between 1705 and 1707 inclusively.Locke|Thomas Fowler