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Correct spelling:
novelty
Definition:
originality by virtue of being refreshingly novel

Synonyms:

adjective
curious
fashionable, odd, unusual.
noun
attribute
freshness, novelty.
change
about-face, addition, adjustment, advance, break, compression, contraction, conversion, correction, development, difference, distortion, diversification, diversity, metamorphosis, modification, modulation, novelties, novelty, reconstruction, refinement, reversal, revision, revolution, shift, surrogate, switch, tempering, transfiguration, transformation, transition, transmogrification, transmutation, transubstantiation, turn, turnover, variance, variation, variety, transformations, turnovers, remodeling.
cognition
freshness, novelty.
conversion
alteration, changeover, exchange, flip-flop, flux, growth, passage, passing, progress, qualification, re-formation, reclamation, reformation, regeneration, reorganization, resolution, resolving, see the light, transfiguration, translation, transmogrification, turning, proselytization, metanoia, remodelling, born again, metasis, see light, turning around, turnings, change of heart, flipflop.
craze
chic, cry, enthusiasm, fashion, fever, furor, infatuation, mania, mode, monomania, passion, preoccupation, rage, trend, vogue, wrinkle, the last word, the latest thing, in thing, newest wrinkle, kick*.
departure
aberration, declination, deflection, digression, divergence, diversion, rambling, straying, veering, wandering, deflections, wanderings, ramblings, new wrinkle, latest thing, branching off, branching out.
freshness
bloom, brightness, callowness, cleanness, clearness, dew, glow, greenness, inexperience, innovativeness, inventiveness, originality, shine, sparkle, vigor, viridity, youth, Dewiness, Rawness.
gimcrack
doodad, knickknack, trinket.
invention
apparatus, black box, brainchild, coinage, concoction, contraption, contrivance, creativity, design, device, discovery, gadget, genius, gizmo, imagination, ingenuity, inspiration, opus, resourcefulness.
item
account, aspect, bit, blurb, bulletin, column, component, consideration, detail, dispatch, element, entry, feature, incidental, information, matter, minutia, news, note, notice, paragraph, particular, piece, point, report, scrap, specific, story, thing, minor point, write-up, scoop*.
knickknack
flummery, furbelow, whatnot, furbelows, whatnots.
newness
avant-garde, contemporary, currency, freshness, lateness, modernity, newness, strangeness, topicality.
novelty
bagatelle, bangle, bauble, change, conversation piece, creation, curio, curiosity, fallal, freshness, gaud, gewgaw, gimcrack, gimmick, innovation, item, last word, memento, modernity, mutation, objet d'art, oddball, oddity, original, origination, permutation, recentness, souvenir, strangeness, surprise, trifle, trinket, unfamiliarity, uniqueness, vicissitude, whatnot, Bibelot, dernier cri, knick-knack, newfangled contraption, crazy*, weird*, sport*.
original
paradigm, protoplast.
originality
modernity, newness, unconventionality, unorthodoxy, non-conformity, creative spirit, modernities, new idea, unorthodoxies.
trinket
bauble, sparkler, trinket, Bibelot, sparklers.
variation
variation, Unconformity, departure from the norm, unconformities.
variety
change.
Examples of usage:
  1. The result of all this novelty was that she began to look at life from a different point of view. – Paul Patoff by F. Marion Crawford
  2. These circumstances, strange as they may appear to the Western reader, were no novelty to the Sessions Judge. – Tales of Bengal by S. B. Banerjea
  3. Novelty had a charm for him. – The Associate Hermits by Frank R. Stockton
  4. And so, if Nance was a wonder and a revelation to Gard, Gard was no less of, at all events, a novelty in the way of mankind to Nance. – A Maid of the Silver Sea by John Oxenham
  5. Such a bearing toward one's host had indeed the charm of being an interesting novelty. – T. Tembarom by Frances Hodgson Burnett

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