Novel

  • 1 Novel — Novel …

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  • 2 Novel — Nov el, a. [OF. novel, nuvel, F. nouvel, nouveau, L. novellus, dim. of novus new. See {New}.] Of recent origin or introduction; not ancient; new; hence, out of the ordinary course; unusual; strange; surprising. [1913 Webster] Note: In civil law,… …

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  • 3 Novel — Escudo …

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  • 4 Novel — Nov el, n. [F. nouvelle. See {Novel}, a.] 1. That which is new or unusual; a novelty. [1913 Webster] 2. pl. News; fresh tidings. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Some came of curiosity to hear some novels. Latimer. [1913 Webster] 3. A fictitious tale or… …

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  • 5 novel — I adjective alien, anomalous, bizarre, different, distinctive, eccentric, exceptional, extraordinary, foreign, fresh, innovative, inusitate, irregular, modern, neoteric, neoterical, new, newly come, nonconformist, novus, odd, original, peculiar,… …

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  • 6 novel — ‘Que se estrena en una actividad’: «Marta lloraba, reía y suspiraba sola, como un padre novel en la antesala del paritorio» (Longares Romanticismo [Esp. 2001]). Es voz aguda: [nobél]. No es correcta la forma llana ⊕ nóvel. No debe confundirse con …

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  • 7 novel — adjetivo,sustantivo masculino y femenino 1. Que acaba de empezar en una actividad o profesión: La autora de este libro es una escritora novel, pero de cierta fama. Pepe es novel, pero no conduce mal …

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  • 8 novel — [näv′əl] adj. [ME novell < OFr novel < L novellus, dim. of novus, NEW] new and unusual; esp., being the first of its kind n. [It novella < L neut. pl. of novellus (see NOVEL the adj. ), hence, orig., new things, news] 1. Obs. NOVELLA… …

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  • 9 novel — [adj] new, original at cutting edge*, atypical, avant garde, breaking new ground*, contemporary, different, far cry*, fresh, funky*, innovative, just out*, modernistic, neoteric, newfangled, new fashioned, now*, odd, offbeat, peculiar, rare,… …

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  • 10 novel — (Del cat. novell, nuevo). adj. Que comienza a practicar un arte o una profesión, o tiene poca experiencia en ellos. U. t. c. s.) ☛ V. caballero novel …

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  • 11 novel — Ⅰ. novel [1] ► NOUN ▪ a fictitious prose narrative of book length. ORIGIN from Italian novella storia new story . Ⅱ. novel [2] ► ADJECTIVE ▪ interestingly new or unusual …

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  • 12 novel — adj. 2 g. 1. Novato, inexperiente, principiante. 2. Que principia a exercer um cargo ou carreira. • Plural: novéis …

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  • 13 novel — adj *new, new fashioned, newfangled, modern, modernistic, original, fresh Analogous words: *strange, singular, unique, peculiar Contrasted words: *usual, customary, habitual: ordinary, *common, familiar …

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  • 14 Novel — For other uses, see Novel (disambiguation). Not to be confused with Novell. New novels in a Oldenburg bookshop, February 2009 …

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  • 15 novel — novel1 novellike, adj. /nov euhl/, n. 1. a fictitious prose narrative of considerable length and complexity, portraying characters and usually presenting a sequential organization of action and scenes. 2. (formerly) novella (def. 1). [1560 70; <… …

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  • 16 novel — Synonyms and related words: Bildungsroman, Gothic novel, authentic, avant garde, bauble, best seller, bibelot, blockbuster, book, bound book, classic, coloring book, comic novel, creative, curio, definitive work, detective novel, different, dime… …

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  • 17 Novel — 46° 22′ 13″ N 6° 47′ 15″ E / 46.3703, 6.7875 …

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  • 18 novel —    Postwar fiction of the 1950s and early 1960s was characterized by novels of class mobility, sexual adventure and realist aesthetics. Women were still under represented in publishers’ prestigious fiction lists, but influential texts appeared… …

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  • 19 novel —    The establishment of the Franco regime at the end of the Civil War had negative consequences for all cultural activity, not least the novel. Those pre war novelists who were not dead or exiled found themselves, for the most part, reduced to… …

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  • 20 novel — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ hardback, hardcover (esp. AmE), paperback ▪ debut ▪ first, second, etc. ▪ …

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