from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a inclusive fashion.
- adv. In a manner which includes every possibility.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an inclusive manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an inclusive manner; so as to include: as, from Monday to Saturday inclusively.
I think you're right - he should have just gone straight satire - played the ball and not the man (I use the latter term inclusively here).
It isn't necessarily illogical, its just ambiguous in numerical terms as it is not specified whether we are counting 'inclusively' or 'exclusively'.
Now he proposes to govern "inclusively," saying he has "listened and learned."
The FairTax rate is 23% on retail sales when calculated "inclusively," as are income tax rates.
Could Bishop Manning address the issue more 'inclusively' (to borrow that horrible liberal ideological expression) for Australian citizens killed because of employer criminal negligence?
'inclusively', and to avoid technicality - especially for me!
The council must break with its habit of unilateral decision making and commit to preparing for the elections as openly and inclusively as possible.
Instead, he spoke to our better angels, confidently, forcefully and inclusively.
Deeper data is always needed on questions presented so inclusively as here.
We come from all walks of life, from all faiths and we are united by one very Jesuit, yet inclusively secular mission, and that is social justice.