including everything; comprehensive.
They were remarkable affairs, not in the scale of their pretensions, but in their all-inclusive nature.
Doug Kenney: The Odd Comic Genius Behind ‘Animal House’ and National Lampoon Robert Sam Anson February 28, 2014
It would be a virtual suppression of such native gifts among the common folk, not a definitive and all-inclusive suppression.
An Inquiry Into The Nature Of Peace And The Terms Of Its Perpetuation Thorstein Veblen
But, if God is all-inclusive mind, He must be the only thinker.
Carmen Ariza Charles Francis Stocking
He next examines this all-inclusive summary, with the intent of selecting the best course of action.
Sound Military Decision U.s. Naval War College
Our “free institutions” were self-sufficient and all-inclusive.
Prowling about Panama George A. Miller
And this one typical lake, the all-inclusive, is Chelan, “Beautiful Water.”
The Columbia River William Denison Lyman
Eucken is aware of the various Life-systems which present themselves on every side as all-inclusive.
An Interpretation of Rudolf Eucken’s Philosophy W. Tudor Jones
We observe that we have here, first, an all-inclusive directory for the outward life.
Expositions of Holy Scripture: Romans Corinthians (To II Corinthians, Chap. V) Alexander Maclaren
He was regarded as the one culminating and all-inclusive genius among Japanese painters and print-designers.
Chats on Japanese Prints Arthur Davison Ficke
It is the all-inclusive vital force of human life—of real social development.
The home Charlotte Perkins Gilman
including everything; comprehensive
1813, from all + inclusive. Related: All-inclusively; all-inclusiveness.
something that is ; purpose; design; : The original intent of the committee was to raise funds. the act or fact of , as to do something: criminal intent. Law. the state of a person’s mind that directs his or her actions toward a specific object. meaning or significance. to / for all intents and […]
to show : In “Round and round the rugged rock the ragged rascal ran,” the “r” alliterates. to use : Swinburne often alliterates. to compose or arrange with : He alliterates the “w’s” in that line. Historical Examples Members of the families in Beowulf which we have reason to think historic bear names which alliterate […]
the commencement of two or more stressed syllables of a word group either with the same consonant sound or sound group (consonantal alliteration) as in from stem to stern, or with a vowel sound that may differ from syllable to syllable (vocalic alliteration) as in each to all. Compare (def 4a). the commencement of two […]
pertaining to or characterized by : alliterative verse. Contemporary Examples “More Mitt,” as Politico reported at least has the virtue of alliterative succinctness. How Mitt Romney Can Win the First Debate With Obama Robert Shrum September 24, 2012 Like Sigurd and Gudrún, The Fall of Arthur is in alliterative verse, a mode last fashionable in […]