closed-door

[klohzd-dawr, -dohr]
adjective
held in strict privacy; not open to the press or the public: a closed-door strategy meeting of banking executives.

Origin:
1930–35

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closed-door
 
adj
private; barred to members of the public: a closed-door meeting

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Example sentences
At that point their chanting became audible in the conference room but wasn't loud enough to disrupt the closed-door proceedings.
It reflected months of closed-door talks among a dozen countries.
The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the sensitive, closed-door talks are still under way.
Archer's negotiations with the industry were a closed-door affair.
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