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Sentence count:290+5 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-14Updated:2017-03-14
Antonym: exclusionSimilar words: conclusionin conclusiondraw a conclusionseclusionexclusionpreclusionexclusionary ruleinclusiveMeaning: [ɪn'kluːʒn]  n. 1. the state of being included 2. the relation of comprising something 3. any small intracellular body found within another (characteristic of certain diseases) 4. the act of including. 
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1. His inclusion in the team has caused controversy.
2. His name was put forward for inclusion in the Honours List.
3. We welcome readers' letters for possible inclusion on this page.
4. There are strict criteria for inclusion in the competition.
5. His inclusion in the team is in doubt.
6. This will cost money, but if social inclusion is to succeed, it must be spent.
7. The inclusion of early recordings on the CD is a bonus.
8. They tried to prevent the inclusion of any wording in the statement that would cause offence.
9. The rebels refused to accept the inclusion of representatives of the existing regime in the negotiations.
10. All work by current students is eligible for inclusion in the journal.
11. She is being considered for inclusion in the England team.
12. No-one has yet made a significant case for inclusion.
13. One of the criteria for inclusion is staying power.
14. Democrats are very sensitive about inclusion.
14. is a online sentence dictionary, on which you can find nice sentences for a large number of words.
15. We welcome letters for possible inclusion on this page.
16. This is the time for inclusion.
17. The criteria for inclusion were: * age; * marital status; * socioeconomic class.
18. At each step variables were available for inclusion or exclusion as appropriate.
19. I therefore welcome the inclusion of SmartIcons that extend the range of operations that you can easily do with the mouse.
20. This account helped the inclusion of anonymity for the rape defendant as well.
21. The inclusion of second level information would not increase the proportion of useful information to redundant information.
22. The ideology of inclusion is withering away, to be replaced by a revival of survival-of-the-fittest capitalism.
23. No project for social inclusion will work unless it captures some of the winners' gains and redirects them to the losers.
24. Details for inclusion in this column must be received in writing three days before publication.
25. In a sense the inclusion of an implied term of correspondence with description is a little surprising.
26. This inclusion should be shaped into a historical retraining of important events.
27. Some words are too infrequent to be worthy of inclusion in the dictionary.
28. New Aspiration, a prospective coalition partner, was already under public pressure against the inclusion of tainted politicians in the line-up.
29. Because Cosmos have purchased your ticket in advance for inclusion in your holiday package your entry into the Theme Park is guaranteed.
30. Their responsibility is to ensure that articles are forwarded for consideration by the editorial committee for inclusion in the newsletter.
More similar words: conclusionin conclusiondraw a conclusionseclusionexclusionpreclusionexclusionary ruleinclusiveconclusiveinconclusiveallusiondelusionillusioncollusiondisillusiondisillusionmentexclusiveexclusivelyfusioninfusioncontusionconfusionintrusiontransfusionincludeincludingconcludeconcludedreclusecluster
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