Definition of exclusively in English:

exclusively

Line breaks: ex|clu¦sive¦ly
Pronunciation: /ɪkˈskluːsɪvli
 
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adverb

1To the exclusion of others; only: paints produced exclusively for independent retailers [as submodifier]: exclusively female concerns
More example sentences
  • Dropstitch was the first ever feature length film to exclusively feature female snowboarders.
  • This might suggest that church meetings then were less exclusively female than they are in Britain today!
  • This is not to say that they are exclusively concerned with description.
1.1As the only source: I can exclusively reveal that Gail shares a birthday with Rod Stewart
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  • High quality office paper is therefore sourced exclusively from virgin pulp.
  • Bosses this week exclusively revealed to the Wiltshire Times that comedian Ed Hall will present the show.
  • Last year, plans for the revamp were revealed exclusively in the Lancashire Evening Telegraph.

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