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anthologize to include in an anthology. [1/2 definitions]
backlist to place on or include in a backlist. [1/2 definitions]
brakeman a member of a railroad crew whose duties include inspecting the train and assisting the conductor.
canonize to include or treat as sacred. [1/3 definitions]
chorea a disease of the nervous system in humans and dogs whose symptoms include uncontrollable jerking movements of the face, arms, and legs.
city council the elected governing body of a city, whose functions include enacting city laws or ordinances, imposing taxes, and appropriating funds.
civic responsibility a particular responsibility or duty deemed an important aspect of being a productive and contributing citizen of a community or country. Ideas about what constitutes one's civic responsibilities vary but often include such things as obeying laws, voting in elections, respecting the rights of others, and performing public service.
compass to include entirely; encompass; encircle. [1/9 definitions]
comprehend to include. [1/3 definitions]
comprise to include. [1/2 definitions]
contain to have as components or contents; include. [1/4 definitions]
count1 to take into account; include. [1/10 definitions]
cover to take into account; include. [1/13 definitions]
croup1 an abnormal respiratory condition, most common in children, the symptoms of which include coughing and difficulty in breathing.
dinoflagellate any of an order of single-celled marine organisms, classified variously as algae and protozoa, that have two flagella, are usu. luminescent, and include forms responsible for red tide. [1/2 definitions]
embrace to include or encompass. [1/8 definitions]
enclose to include in the contents. [1/3 definitions]
encompass to include, esp. to include all of. [1/2 definitions]
except to fail to include; leave out; exclude. [1/5 definitions]
Frederick Olmsted U.S. park designer considered the founder of American landscape architecture, whose achievements include New York City's Central Park and major U.S. national parks; born Frederick Law Olmsted (b.1822--d.1903)
have to contain or include. [1/13 definitions]