Exclusive [adjective]

Definition of Exclusive:

unshared, restricted

Opposite/Antonyms of Exclusive:

Sentence/Example of Exclusive:

Last year, Honda became the exclusive automotive sponsor for pro esports team Team Liquid, which came third overall in the Championship.

They’re always either exclusive to NTWRK, created in collaboration with the company, or are first to market on the platform.

So join us as we bring you exclusive, multipartisan, global coverage of this wild election from now until whenever it ends.

The stock truly took off when the company announced its $100 million acquisition of exclusive rights to popular interview podcast the Joe Rogan Experience on May 19.

The six-episode docuseries of Paltrow’s wellness and “contextual commerce” empire, Goop, has been renewed, according to an exclusive report by Variety.

The Public Safety and Livable Neighborhoods Committee was also scheduled Wednesday to debate a new proposal giving San Diego police exclusive access to the smart streetlights, but an official pulled it at the last minute.

Below you’ll find exclusive flight-fare graphs that Expedia derived from a destination’s average month-to-month prices from 2016 to 2019, which you can use to determine the most affordable time to fly to each country.

The historic five-star Britannia Hotel in Trondheim, Norway uses an exclusive Champagne to tie the hotel’s history with its current iteration.

Last year, Popular Science took a deep, exclusive dive into that process, shadowing a physician who took part in the experiment.

The Galaxy Z Premier Service includes membership to the Founders Card entrepreneur-oriented service, a prepared meal from a Michelin star restaurant via Tock, and passes to exclusive golf courses from ClubCorp.