Common and Novel


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Common adjective – Being of the type that is encountered in the normal course of events.
Usage example: just a common house cat but an extraordinary friend

Novel is an antonym for common.
Nearby Words: commonplace, commonly, commons, commonality, commonness
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Novel adjective – Not known or experienced before.
Common is an antonym for novel in new topic.
Nearby Words: novelty, novelist, novella, novelette, novelize
Antonyms for Novel
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How words are described

best best common best novel
original original common original novel
single single common single novel
popular popular common popular novel
Other adjectives: real, great, bad, dark, final, next, favorite.

Things that words describes

character common character novel character
people common people novel people
way common way novel way
example common example novel example
Other nouns: version, ways.

Both words in one sentence

  • Series / The Man in the High Castle After critical acclaim, Amazon ordered an entire series.This page is for tropes associated primarily with the live action adaption (set in 1962) - tropes of the novel or common to both should go on the novel page.
  • Just For Fun / X Meets Y Similarly, a work of literature may be reviewed as being the fusion of the styles of two authors; a common variation is to say that a novel is "as if X had written Y".
  • By far, the most common versions involve drawing various pieces from the original novel by Gaston Leroux, the backstory rich Susan Kay novel, and the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical.
    Source: Patchwork Fic
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