Definition of 'novelty'
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I'd thought it might be a novelty, an unusual night out for us, a simple excuse to see Maria again. A NASTY DOSE OF DEATH (2003)But then Brunel's vessel was neither fish nor fowl: a passenger liner too ugly and dirty to offer much beyond novelty value. ANTI-ICE (2003)But of course the novelty faded, and numbers began to decline. PROSPECT HILL (2003)
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Translations for 'novelty'
British English: novelty NOUN
Novelty is the quality of being different, new, and unusual.
In the city, rapidly changing styles cater to a desire for novelty and individualism.
Definition of novelty from the Collins English Dictionary
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