Definition of insidery in English:

insidery

adjective

informal
  • Proceeding from or reflecting an insider's knowledge or perspective.

    ‘an insidery website that is widely read in the capital's political precincts’
    ‘insidery jargon’
    • ‘Even though there were a few 'insidery' things that he missed, it didn't make him feel left out or excluded from the overall story.’
    • ‘It took the form of an arch and insidery back-and-forth between the candidates over the role that the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. played in the civil rights movement.’
    • ‘To insidery boffins, it counted as doing it with his bare hands.’
    • ‘There's some interesting insidery stuff going on with an inter-agency tussle.’
    • ‘It surprises me that some readers (specifically those who have to review) find it 'insidery' and therefore feel alienated.’
    • ‘One of classical music's great downfalls's that it's too "insidery" and doesn't quite know how to reach outside of its insularity to bring in new audiences.’
    • ‘Since he's already fighting the perception that he's an exotic outsider, he can't be seen as too insidery with the Euro-crats.’
    • ‘It's this insidery, know-it-all, savviness that leads them time and again to be taken in by certain leadership archetypes that are based on adolescent notions about "real" and "cool" and "nerd."’
    • ‘In fact, it is bigger, roomier, friendlier - if that's possible - more effortlessly joyous, more comfortable, less insidery, better staffed, and better lit, and, to top it off, you're going to wind up better fed.’
    • ‘I don't agree with Josh, by the way, that this kind of back-and-forth is insidery.’
    • ‘Insidery, horseracy and cynical it may be, but at least it's honest about its gravity.’
    • ‘Donna, Calvin, Helmut, Ralph, Donatella, and Tommy: It's very insidery to reference a designer by first name.’
    • ‘If you agree with Josh that "tit-for-tats with other bloggers get too insidery and readers get bored with them" then ignore the clash and head straight for his latest posts.’
    • ‘On the other hand, he saw first hand in Gore 2000 what can happen to a top-heavy, insidery operation.’
    • ‘It was scrappy and funny and insidery, all before celebrity-news saturation and the Internet made on-set goss as easy to procure as a weather bulletin.’
    • ‘Then, realizing he didn't know me, he turned to someone else and said the exact same thing, so he could receive an eagerly desired knowing, insidery smile in response.’
    • ‘It was inevitable that the film industry would dislocate its own shoulder to pat itself on the back for this smug, insidery movie about the making of this smug, insidery movie.’

Pronunciation:

insidery

/inˈsīd(ə)rē/