Synonyms of novelty
1 newness • The radical puritanism of Conceptual art and Minimalism had lost its novelty.
newness • We all need newness in our lives to stop us from stagnating.
originality • the startling originality of his writing
freshness • They have a freshness and individuality that others lack.
innovation • We must promote originality and encourage innovation.
strangeness • the breathy strangeness of the music
2 curiosityDictionary • In those days a motor car was still a novelty.
curiosity • The company is a curiosity in the world of publishing.
marvel • A new technological marvel was invented there - the electron microscope.
rarity • Other rarities include an interview with Presley.
oddity • His book remains something of an oddity.
wonder • a fascinating lecture on the wonders of nature
3 trinketDictionary • At Easter, we give them plastic eggs filled with small toys, novelties and coins.
trinket • She sold trinkets to tourists.
bauble • The trees are decorated with fairy lights and coloured baubles.
trifle • He had no money to spare on trifles.
knick-knack • Her flat is spilling over with knick-knacks.
gadget • a handy gadget for slicing vegetables
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baubleA bauble is a small, cheap ornament or piece of jewellery.
• The trees are decorated with fairy lights and coloured baubles.
curiosityA curiosity is something that is unusual, interesting, and fairly rare.
• The company is a curiosity in the world of publishing.
• They have a freshness and individuality that others lack.
Thesaurus for novelty from the Collins English Thesaurus