Includes [verb]

Definition of Includes:

contain, involve

Opposite/Antonyms of Includes:

Sentence/Example of Includes:

This latter, however, includes some 500 volumes of the Herries bequest.

To be an artist includes much; one must possess many gifts—absolute gifts—which have not been acquired by one's own effort.

The swearing of an oath always brings under obligation to God, and therefore always includes the making of a vow.

No church, in entering into Covenant, includes so much in her engagements as the word of God requires.

Professor Ansted includes it in his list, and marks it as having been found both in Guernsey and Sark.

The promise of obedience to God by vow or oath, includes a promise of certain services to each member of the confederation.

Professor Ansted includes it in his list, but gives no locality; and there is no specimen in the Museum.

The tunnel itself includes a reverse curve, and, at the present time, railroad tracks and Stock Creek waters run through it.

It includes that the duties owing to all in their various relations, should be discharged because of God's appointment.

The Department of Luzon, headquarters at Manila, includes the following principal islands, viz.