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accouterment (often pl.) one's outfit or equipment, esp. that of a soldier, exclusive of arms and uniform. [1/2 definitions]
aestheticism the doctrine that beauty is the exclusive aim of artists. [1/2 definitions]
alone exclusive of anyone or anything else. [1/4 definitions]
c.1 abbreviation of "copyright," the exclusive legal right to make copies of, distribute, or perform all or part of a published or recorded work for a certain extended period of time.
clique a small, often aggressively exclusive group of friends or associates. [1/2 definitions]
committed characterized by commitment; exclusive or monogamous. [1/2 definitions]
copyright the exclusive legal right to make copies of, distribute, or perform all or part of a published or recorded work for a certain extended period of time. [1/3 definitions]
coterie a small, exclusive group of friends or associates with similar interest or activities; clique.
inner intimate or exclusive. [1/4 definitions]
inner circle a small, exclusive group of influential people.
Inns of Court the four legal societies in England that have the exclusive right to admit law students to the bar. [1/2 definitions]
letters patent a government-issued document granting a person a patent or exclusive right to sell or otherwise profit from an invention or process.
midst1 the middle of an exclusive group. [1/4 definitions]
monopolization the act of obtaining or maintaining exclusive control over.
monopolize to obtain or maintain exclusive control over; have to oneself alone; dominate. [1/2 definitions]
monopoly an exclusive privilege, granted by government, to carry on a particular business. [1/5 definitions]
nonexclusive combined form of exclusive.
only sole or exclusive; being without others. [1/7 definitions]
patent a government grant to an inventor, giving for a specified period the exclusive right to make, use, or sell an invented device, process, or the like. [1/7 definitions]
patent right an exclusive right conferred by a patent, esp. to manufacture and sell an invention.
prerogative an exclusive right or privilege derived from one's office, position, age, citizenship, birth, or the like. [1/3 definitions]