exclusiveness exclusiveness


  • (n) tendency to associate with only a select group



  1. Still, he explained in response to another question, elBulli's exclusiveness does not mean it is a profitable enterprise.
  2. De Nysschen insists Audi will ensure that demand for the R8 always outstrips supply--to keep its aura of exclusiveness intact.
  3. Despite the current interest in Orthodoxy's various shades, many Jews resent its exclusiveness.


  • Some question limits on U-46 leadership initiative

    Elgin Area School District U-46 board members Monday discussed the effectiveness of a leaderhsip initiative aimed at encouraging underrepresented parents to get invovled in their children's education at the district level. Some had concerns about the exclusiveness of the program, including the exclusion of non-bilingual parents and the limit of the number of participants in each institute.
    on July 16, 2013     Source: Daily Herald


  1. Russia views US activity in its former sphere of influence with growing suspicion and just last week, Putin denounced "disrespect for human life, claims to global exclusiveness and dictate, just as it was in the time of the Third Reich."
    on May 14, 2007 By: Vladimir Putin Source: Guardian Unlimited

  2. "He was also referring to nations that support Islamic fundamentalism when he talked about claims to global exclusiveness," Pavlovsky said.
    on May 10, 2007 By: Gleb Pavlovsky Source: International Herald Tribune

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