Such as, among which; introducing one or more parts of the group or topic just mentioned.(preposition)
Present participle of include.(verb)
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Use "including" in a sentence
"Five of its sub-indexes advanced, including materials and financials, and five declined -_including energy, despite the rising price of oil."
"I asked them if they supposed a nation of people ever existed, who, with a free vote in every man's hand, would elect that a single family and its descendants should reign over it forever, whether gifted or boobies, to the exclusion of all other families -- including the voter's; and would also elect that a certain hundred families should be raised to dizzy summits of rank, and clothed on with offensive transmissible glories and privileges to the exclusion of the rest of the nation's families -- _including his own_."
"Tainted means that the products contain, according to the FDA, harmful ingredients not listed on the label including controlled -- i.e. addictive -- drugs as well as those prescription drugs with known side effects, including death."