Definition of insidery in English:

insidery

Syllabification: in·si·der·y
Pronunciation: /inˈsīd(ə)rē
 
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adjective

informal
Proceeding from or reflecting an insider’s knowledge or perspective: an insidery website that is widely read in the capital’s political precincts insidery jargon
More example sentences
  • On the other hand, he saw first hand in Gore 2000 what can happen to a top-heavy, insidery operation.
  • Donna, Calvin, Helmut, Ralph, Donatella, and Tommy: It's very insidery to reference a designer by first name.
  • I don't agree with Josh, by the way, that this kind of back-and-forth is insidery.

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