novelty definition

  • noun:
    • the caliber of becoming book; newness.
    • anything brand-new and unusual; an innovation.
    • a little mass-produced article, such a toy or trinket.
    • The state to be brand-new or novel; newness.
    • A unique product; a development.
    • a tiny mass-produced trinket.
    • In novelty theory, newness, density of complexification, and dynamic change rather than static habituation.
    • the standard or state of being novel; newness; quality; recentness of source or introduction.
    • One thing novel; a fresh or unusual thing.
    • A small mass-produced article of little price; a knickknack.
    • originality by virtue to be refreshingly unique
    • cheap showy jewellery or ornament on clothes
    • a little inexpensive mass-produced article
    • originality by virtue of being brand new and surprising
  • others:
    • the caliber of being novel; newness; quality; recentness of beginning or introduction.
    • Unaccustomedness; strangeness; book or unusual personality or appearance: because, the novelty of one's surroundings.
    • some thing brand-new or strange; a novel thing: because, to hunt after novelties.
    • specifically A unique article of trade; an article of novel design or brand new usage.
    • A Development.
    • In patent law, the quality of becoming sub-stantially distinct from any past creation.

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