Another word for include
hold, admit, cover, embrace, involve, consist of, take in, entail, encompass, incorporate, constitute, accommodate, comprise, compose, be comprised of, be composed of, comprehend, embody, implicate, be made up of, number among, carry, bear; see also compose 1, comprise.
Antonyms omit*, be outside of, exclude.
To place into or among
enter, add, append, introduce, take in, incorporate, subsume, make room for, build in, work in, inject, interject, add on, interpolate, insert, combine, make a part of, make allowance for, give consideration to, count in*; see also add 2.
include implies a containing as part of a whole; comprise means to consist of and takes as its object the various parts that make up the whole his library comprises 2,000 volumes and includes many first editions and it is often used to mean to make up or constitute the techniques which comprise the scientific method; an audience comprised entirely of students; comprehend suggests that the object is contained within the total scope or range of the subject, sometimes by implication the word ``beauty"" comprehends various concepts; embrace stresses the variety of objects comprehended he had embraced a number of hobbies; involve implies inclusion of an object because of its connection with the subject as a consequence or antecedent acceptance of the office involves responsibilities