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Definition of Inclusiveness
1. [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Inclusiveness
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1. A Beginner's History of Philosophy by Herbert Ernest Cushman (1911)
"The Pantheism of Spinoza — The All-inclusiveness of God. That Spinoza's philosophy is a pantheism appears at the outset in his conception of substance ..."
2. Century Readings for a Course in English Literature by John William Cunliffe, Karl Young (1915)
"inclusiveness The changing guests, each in a different mood, Sit at the roadside table and arise: And every life among them in likewise Is a soul's board ..."
3. An Introduction to Statistical Methods: A Textbook for College Students, a by Horace Secrist (1917)
"If it is desired to furnish a complete picture, then data must be scrutinized for their inclusiveness. If, however, the problem is merely to indicate a ..."