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  • adj.new, original
  • nounfictional book

synonyms for novel

  • different
  • innovative
  • odd
  • offbeat
  • peculiar
  • strange
  • unique
  • unusual
  • avant-garde
  • contemporary
  • now
  • recent
  • singular
  • at cutting edge
  • atypical
  • breaking new ground
  • far cry
  • fresh
  • funky
  • just out
  • modernistic
  • neoteric
  • new-fashioned
  • newfangled
  • rare
  • uncommon
  • unfamiliar
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antonyms for novel

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  • common
  • familiar
  • like
  • normal
  • regular
  • similar
  • standard
  • usual
  • future
  • old
  • past
  • customary
  • ordinary
  • overused
  • used
  • worn
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How to use novel in a sentence

When the novel coronavirus shut down schools in March, school and youth athletics were also supposed to be shuttered.
SCHOOL SPORTS BECAME ‘CLUBS’ AMID THE PANDEMIC – NOW TWO COACHES ARE OUTASHLY MCGLONESEPTEMBER 17, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
It may be some time before we determine how the novel coronavirus will be influenced by the changing seasons.
COVID-19 MAY ONE DAY COME AND GO LIKE THE FLU, BUT WE’RE NOT THERE YETKATE BAGGALEYSEPTEMBER 16, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
Since the novel coronavirus was first detected in December, it has spread around the world and flourished in all kinds of climates.
COVID-19 MAY ONE DAY COME AND GO LIKE THE FLU, BUT WE’RE NOT THERE YETKATE BAGGALEYSEPTEMBER 16, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
Until we find a vaccine for the novel coronavirus, your customers will likely engage with you through online channels.
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It’s a novel way of doing the monthly report, which dictates more trust in the relationship and tools as well.
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It has been hard to measure the effects of the novel coronavirus.
WHY COMING UP WITH EFFECTIVE INTERVENTIONS TO ADDRESS COVID-19 IS SO HARDNEIL LEWIS JR. (NLEWISJR@CORNELL.EDU)SEPTEMBER 14, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
China has taken a shortcut in the global sprint to develop and deliver vaccines for the novel coronavirus.
CHINA HAS QUIETLY VACCINATED MORE THAN 100,000 PEOPLE FOR COVID-19 BEFORE COMPLETING SAFETY TRIALSLILI PIKESEPTEMBER 11, 2020VOX
The novel centers around a technology called kentukis, stuffed animals with a camera inside that can be remotely controlled by a stranger on the other side of the world.
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When you lose the bacteria, you actually lose the novel germline entirely.
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The key to testing is the viral RNA of the novel coronavirus – its genetic code.
A NEW KIND OF COLLEGE EXAM: UCSD IS TESTING SEWAGE FOR COVID-19RANDY DOTINGASEPTEMBER 7, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
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WORDS RELATED TO NOVEL

  • atypical
  • exceptional
  • novel
  • uncharacteristic
  • uncommon
  • unconventional
  • unexpected
  • unordinary
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