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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
include (verb)
transitive verb
1.
to shut up - enclose
2.
to take in or comprise as a part of a whole or group
3.
to contain between or within - two sides and the included angle
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
include (verb)
1.
to have as part of a whole
SYNONIMS:
carry, comprehend, contain, embrace, encompass, entail, involve, number, subsume, take in
RELATED WORDS:
comprise, consist (of); bracket; have, hold, own, possess; admit, receive; compose, constitute, form, make; assimilate, embody, incorporate, integrate
NEAR ANTONYMS:
ban, bar, debar, preclude, prevent, prohibit; deny, refuse, reject; eliminate, except, rule out; lose, mislay, misplace
exclude, leave (out), miss out [], omit
include (verb)
2.
to close or shut in by or as if by barriers
SYNONIMS:
box (in), cage, closet, coop (up), corral, encage, encase, envelop, fence (in), hedge, hem (in), house, immure, include, mew (up), pen, wall (in)
RELATED WORDS:
bound, circumscribe, confine, contain, limit, restrict; encircle, encompass, enfold, enframe, enlace, frame, ring, surround; armor, cocoon, encapsulate, encapsule, encyst, ensheathe, ensphere, enwomb
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