- insider + -ish (Wiktionary)
“All the talk about deals with Obama and strategies to take Hillary down --- it all sounds very "insiderish", but I doubt anybody gave this much thought.”
“Just ask Mr. Gingrich, who is as insiderish as they come.”
“Josh Marshall, who is usually pretty circumspect about everything insiderish DC, basically saw much of the room begin to look over his way to see why the crowd began hovering over a table about as far away from the President as Pluto in the solar system.”
“Inevitably, it was a somewhat insiderish event, and had a scrapbook feel, with snapshot scenes variously representing performance, training andcreation.”
“This post has all the milestones of a jump the shark episode- You're visiting a new place (sound studio/LA), taking on risky venture (publishing a CD/jumping a shark) and all the insiderish crackery (re-running your commentators in the body/ Laverne, Shirley and Scott Baio).”
“He's correct that the "Logic of Collective Belief" is much too insiderish and would probably scare off some potential readers.”
“She managed to criticize Obama quite effectively without sounding smarmy and Washington-insiderish.”
“Are you concerned that it's too insiderish or niche to work as a book?”
“Sometimes, his stuff is so insiderish that it can come off as a mash note to Republican operatives.”
“I also found a distinct “insiderish” quality to “WI” that was offputting”
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