exclusively[ ik-skloo-siv, -ziv ]SEE DEFINITION OF exclusively
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXCLUSIVELY
Spice may be ground in a mill kept, exclusively for that purpose.
It is now carried on exclusively by the labor of free blacks.
Rights and patents are owned and controlled by us exclusively.
From the egoistic point of view this experiment is exclusively negative.
We have hitherto been exclusively occupied with those sources of 1.
I needed to feel another often, if not perpetually and exclusively, intent on me.
There are four schools for boys and three exclusively for girls.
That this is the tendency of an education that is exclusively special, no one can deny.
They have rainy and dry seasons, that are exclusively rainy and dry.
He explained however that his curiosity was not excited by Mr Powell exclusively.