But there is a Friends-themed “Central Perk” novelty café operating in Beijing.
The nickelodeon was a new business, a novelty, something between a circus and a peep show.
But Alphabetter Juice is more than a novelty act, a breezy tour of the twisty-turny English language for like-minded word nerds.
Other environmental experts think the bluefin study might be more notable for its novelty, rather than its alarm.
The novelty of election night may have worn off by then, but that election matters more in real terms than the Iowa caucuses.
The first time the novelty of a thing prevents you altogether enjoying it.
It had, however, in some degree, the recommendation of novelty.
Loring had got over the first novelty of having the moon descend to his crying.
Long accustomed to every variety of wilderness life, there was no novelty to charm them.
The compensation is often a sense of novelty and a thrill of surprise.
late 14c., "quality of being new," also "a new manner or fashion, an innovation; something new or unusual," from Old French noveleté "newness, innovation, change; news, new fashion" (Modern French nouveauté), from novel "new" (see novel (adj.)). Meaning "newness" is attested from late 14c.; sense of "useless but amusing object" is attested from 1901 (e.g. novelty shop, 1973).