But beyond that, it also has an aura about it, a mysticism of exclusiveness, that makes it rather forbidding.
It was the exclusiveness of the Jew which created and which, alas, prevents from dying, the prejudice against them.
exclusiveness is a constricting cord that strangles progress.
Each will lose something of his present cocksureness and exclusiveness.
As you are aware, his family is wealthy, and noted for its exclusiveness.
But the few men I might have cared for were frightened off by my money, or discouraged by my popularity and exclusiveness.
It was the hardest to get into, hence there was about it the sanctity of exclusiveness.
Not a vestige of 'State' exclusiveness is there in the clause.
Perhaps this is unjust, but friendship has a touch of jealousy and exclusiveness in it.
This gave us some idea as to the reason for their exclusiveness.
mid-15c., "so as to exclude," from Medieval Latin exclusivus, from exclus-, past participle stem of excludere (see exclude).
Of monopolies, rights, franchises, etc., from 1760s; of social circles, clubs, etc., "unwilling to admit outsiders," from 1822. Related: Exclusively; exclusiveness.