Synonyms of exclusive in English:

exclusive


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adjective

1‘one of Britain's most exclusive clubs’

SYNONYMS
select, chic, high-class, elite, fashionable, stylish, elegant, choice, special, premier, grade A
expensive
restrictive, restricted, limited, private, closed, cliquish, cliquey, clannish, snobbish
British upmarket
North American high-toned, upscale
informal posh, ritzy, classy, upper-crust, top-drawer, top-people's
British informal swish
North American informal swank, tony
rare discriminative
ANTONYMS

open

2‘his exclusive concern with himself’

SYNONYMS
complete, full, entire, whole, total, absolute
to the exclusion of everything else
ANTONYMS

partial

3‘I have reserved a room for your exclusive use’

SYNONYMS
sole, undivided, unshared, unique, only, individual, personal, private, single, especial
dedicated

4‘prices are exclusive of VAT and delivery’

SYNONYMS
not including, excluding, leaving out, omitting, excepting, with the exception of, with the omission of, except for, not counting, leaving aside, barring
ANTONYMS

inclusive of

5‘mutually exclusive alternatives’

SYNONYMS
incompatible, irreconcilable

noun

1‘the magazine's six-page exclusive’

SYNONYMS
scoop, exposé, revelation, special, inside story
coup