include

include [in klo͞od′]
vt.
included, including [ME includen < L includere < in-, in + claudere, to shut, CLOSE1]
1. to shut up or in; enclose
2. to have as part of a whole; contain; comprise [the cost includes taxes]
3. to consider as part of a whole; take into account; put in a total, category, etc. [to be included as a candidate]
includable
adj.
includible
SYN.- INCLUDE implies a containing as part of a whole; COMPRISE, in discriminating use, means to consist of and takes as its object the various parts that make up the whole [his library comprises 2,000 volumes and includes many first editions ]; COMPREHEND suggests that the object is contained within the total scope or range of the subject, sometimes by implication [the word “beauty” comprehends various concepts ]; EMBRACE1 stresses the variety of objects comprehended [he had embraced a number of hobbies ]; INVOLVE implies inclusion of an object because of its connection with the subject as a consequence or antecedent [acceptance of the office involves responsibilities ] -ANT. EXCLUDE

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