All-inclusive (adjective)

  1. Including everything or everyone, especially without making any exceptions or exclusions.
  2. Including all the items or services that are required or necessary in a package or deal, especially at a fixed price.

Origin:

Late 19th century: from all + inclusive.

Examples:

  1. The all-inclusive resort offered a variety of activities and amenities to guests.
  2. The all-inclusive deal was a great value for the price, including meals, drinks, and activities.
  3. The all-inclusive package was a popular choice for families looking for a stress-free vacation.
  4. The all-inclusive policy was designed to be fair and inclusive to everyone, regardless of background or circumstance.
  5. The all-inclusive event was a great success, attracting a diverse and inclusive crowd.
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