- the condition or practice of being exclusive; esp., clannishness or isolationism
- exclusive rights to something; monopoly
- 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.
Exclusivity is defined as a state of being limited or hard to access.
- The state of being exclusive
- You can view the entire 2008 summer and spring collection at Miss Bikini.com, but actually getting your hands on one of these amazing bikinis may be something of a problem since this line takes "exclusivity" to an entirely new level!
- Black Hills gold jewelry continued to increase in popularity, and today its exclusivity is maintained through a federal mandate that any jewelry claiming to be Black Hills gold must be manufactured in the vicinity of the Black Hills.
- The exclusivity deal with AT&T certainly helped to bolster its subscriber numbers, but this put an increased burden on the network and this may have led to some of the issues related to dropped calls and poor coverage.
- If you're a Verizon customer and don't want to change, but desperately want to have an iPhone, you may find yourself holding your breath until at least 2010 and the end of the exclusivity contract with AT&T.
- Many other amusement and theme parks offer similar ride reservations for free, which has sparked the controversy about the Six Flags' extra charge pass, though other visitors appreciate the exclusivity.