Pronunciation of Novel
/n_ˈɒ_v_əl/, /nˈɒvə͡l/, /nˈɒvəl/
Antonyms for novel:
derivative, un-confined, future, in-discriminate, verity, in-finite, re gular, most matter of course, matter-of-course, traditional, time-honored, literalness, in definite, most comprehending, run of the mill, all inclusive, common, allinclusive, general, in finite, allembracing, more undetailed, more comprehending, unoriginal, undetailed, imprecise, truth, ill defined, uni versal, allaround, un detailed, in-definite, more matter-of-course, like, not specific, customary, tried, overused, non-fiction, regular, imitative, conventional, normal, reality, un-eventful, standard, all embracing, usual, more matter of course, ex tensive, illdefined, past, ordinary, un-specific, fact, certainty, re-gular, Familiar, un-limited, un-detailed, more all-embracing, old, most all embracing, uni-versal, pre vailing, unspecific, warmed-over, not particular, all-embracing, established, un specific, farreaching, far reaching, history, all around, most allembracing, similar, most imprecise, un eventful, un confined, worn, in discriminate, most undetailed, tried and true, more all embracing, in accurate, most unspecific, more unspecific, not partial, across the board, used, most all-embracing, most matter-of-course.
Usage examples for novel:
- The thing would become a completely worked out scene- like a careful description in a novel. - "Gargoyles", Ben Hecht.
- Though the scene was novel and pleasing still it was dangerous, and at times somewhat more than this. - "Kinston, Whitehall and Goldsboro (North Carolina) expedition, December, 1862", W. W. Howe.
- They would not, of course, have thought of reading a novel at such a time. - "A Country Gentleman and his Family", Mrs. (Margaret) Oliphant.
Quotes for novel:
Rhymes for novel:
- covell, grovel;