1 (often foll. by of) including, comprising.
2 with the inclusion of the extreme limits stated (pages 7 to 26 inclusive).
3 including all the normal services etc. (a hotel offering inclusive terms).
inclusively adv. inclusiveness n.
Etymology: med.L inclusivus (as INCLUDE)

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