Meaning of inclusively in English:


Pronunciation /ɪnˈkluːsɪvli/


See inclusive

‘There's two ways to look at this, competitively, or inclusively.’
  • ‘The school has an active anti-bullying policy in place and is confident that it deals fully and inclusively with any issues that may arise.’
  • ‘This inevitably leads to some accusing the advertiser of tokenism or stereotyping, which in turn reinforces the difficulty of acting inclusively.’
  • ‘In addressing ‘all’ the government is positioned as acting inclusively through seeking assistance from the broadest possible audience.’
  • ‘Even more inclusively, that remembrance is shared by past generations already in the dust and future ones yet unborn!’