exclusivity[eks′klo̵̅o̅ siv′i tē]
- Exclusivity is defined as a state of being limited or hard to access.
- An example of exclusivity is when a club only lets in people who are extremely wealthy and powerful.
- An example of exclusivity is when there is only one company which is licensed to make action figures of a popular character.
- the condition or practice of being exclusive; esp., clannishness or isolationism
- exclusive rights to something; monopoly
- The state of being exclusive