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novel

467 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[nˈɒvə͡l], [nˈɒvə‍l], [n_ˈɒ_v_əl]
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Synonyms for Novel:

exceptional (adjective)

excellent, exceptional, exotic, extraordinary, fabulous, fantastic, marvelous, miraculous, notable, noteworthy, outlandish, outstanding, peculiar, phenomenal, remarkable, sensational, striking, superior, unprecedented, unusual, wonderful, wonderous.

new (adjective)

avant-garde, contemporary, current, fresh, late-breaking, latest, modern, new, recent, topical, up-to-date, up-to-the-minute.

nonconforming (adjective)

aberrant, abnormal, anomalous, atypical, bizarre, crazy, crosspatch, curious, deranged, deviant, different, divergent, eccentric, erratic, fey, freakish, funny, idiosyncratic, improper, incompatible, incongruous, inconsistent, irregular, misfit, mismatch, nonconforming, odd, oddball, oddity, off, out of the ordinary, quirky, singular, strange, un-ordinary, uncommon, unconventional, uncustomary, unfamiliar, unique, untypical.

original (adjective)

authentic, creative, first, genuine, ingenious, initial, innovative, original, prototypical.

unusual (adjective)

rare.

book (noun)

book, booklet, brochure, catalog, chapter, chronicle, compendium, folio, handbook, index, insert, leaflet, libretto, list, log, magazine, manual, monograph, pamphlet, play book, publication, record, report, script, serial, textbook, tome, tract, treatise, verse, volume, work.

list (noun)

account, album, annals, annual, bank-book, bill, blank-book, budget, calendar, cash book, census, check, collection, count, daybook, detail, diary, dictionary, digest, docket, documentation, enumeration, file, history, inventory, invoice, itemization, journal, ledger, lexicon, logbook, manifest, menu, notebook, pad, recording, recount, register, registry, repertory, roll, roster, schedule, score, scrapbook, scroll, statement, store, storybook, sum, summary, table, tablet, tabulate, tally, thesaurus, total, treasury, waybill, workbook, yearbook.

prose (noun)

allegory, anecdote, epic, episode, fable, fiction, legend, myth, narrative, novella, parable, plainness, plot, prosaicness, prose, reading matter, reminiscence, retelling, romance, saga, scenario, short story, story, storyline, tale, yarn.

Other synonyms and related words:

Bohemian, Psalter, Roman, Span-new, Writings, adaptation, afresh, again, alternative, anew, apologue, article, at cutting edge, at first hand, atypic, baby, bauble, belatedly, best-seller, bibelot, bible, blockbuster, book of fiction, bound book, bracing, brand-new, breaking new ground, brisk, cabinet ministry, class unmatched, classic, clean, cliff-hanger, coloring book, column, comedy, comic novel, complete work, composition, concealed, correspondence, creation, creative writing, criticism, critique, curio, currently, definitive work, detective, detective novel, dime novel, disparate, dissimilar, distinctive, document, drama, dreadful, editorial, energising, energizing, epistolary novel, erotic novel, essay, evergreen, experimental, fabrication, fairy tale, falsehood, fantasy, far cry, far-out, figment, fire-new, firsthand, foreign, freaky, frequently, freshly, funky, gewgaw, ghost story, gimcrack, great work, green, groundbreaking, hardback, high and steep, historical novel, horror story, idyll, imaginary tale, imaginative, immature, impertinent, impertinently, impudent, inexperienced, invented story, invention, inventive, invigorated, journalism, just out, juvenile, juvenile book, kinky, lately, later, latter-day, latterly, letter, limp-cover book, literature, love story, magnum opus, melodrama, modernistic, more, mysterious, mystery, neoteric, new and strange, new-fashioned, new-made, newfangled, newfound, newly, news, non-fiction, nonbook, not perceived, nouvelle, novel of character, novel of ideas, novel of incident, novel of manners, novel of sensibility, novelette, novels, novelty, now, nursery tale, off-beat, off-the-wall, offbeat, often, opus, opuscule, opusculum, originality, overbold, paperback, particular, penny dreadful, personal, picaresque novel, picture book, piece of news, pioneering, playbook, poem, poetry, pornographic novel, potboiler, prayer book, precipitous peak, present-day, problem novel, production, proletarian novel, propaganda novel, psalmbook, psychological novel, quaint, raw, recently, recherche, recurrently, refreshed, refreshful, refreshing, refreshingly, regional novel, regularly, reinvigorated, repeatedly, repetitively, review, revolutionary, river novel, roman a clef, roman-fleuve, sassy, satirical novel, saucily, saucy, science fiction, science-fiction novel, sentimental novel, shilling shocker, short novel, short-short, sketchbook, slowly, smart, sociological novel, soft-cover, songbook, special, standard work, storiette, stream-of-consciousness novel, surprising, sweet, tardily, theme, thesis novel, thriller, title, today's, tonic, trade book, trifle, trinket, unaccustomed, unbeaten, underived, undescribed, unexampled, unexpected, unexplored, unfermented, unhandseled, unheard-of, uninvestigated, unknown, unlike, unmatched, unordinary, unorthodox, unparalleled, unsettled, untested, untried, untrod, untrodden, unused, unwonted, unworn, upstart, usual, vignette, way out, weird, weirdo, western, whatnot, whodunit, wise, work of fiction, writing, yeasty, young.

Rhymes for Novel:

  1. grovel;

Quotes for Novel:

  1. It was my angry, Dickensian novel I suppose. It was cathartic- I expended a lot of frustration on that one. Richard M. Helms.
  2. All of my problems are rather complicated- I need an entire novel to deal with them, not a short story or a movie. It's like a personal therapy. Manuel Puig.
  3. When I look back over my novels what I find is that when I think I'm finished with a theme, I'm generally not. And usually themes will recur from novel to novel in odd, new guises. Richard Russo.
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