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novel
used in Great Expectations

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1  —1 use as in:
a novel situation
Definition
new and original — typically something considered good
  • However novel and peculiar this testimony of attachment, I did not doubt the accuracy of the interpretation.
    Chapter 17 (88% in)
novel = new and original
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  • Every Christmas Day he presented himself, as a profound novelty, with exactly the same words, and carrying the two bottles like dumb-bells.
    Chapter 4 (38% in)
  • With all the novelty of my emancipation on me, I went to church with Joe, and thought perhaps the clergyman wouldn't have read that about the rich man and the kingdom of Heaven, if he had known all.
    Chapter 19 (2% in)

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