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Novice

ˈnɒvɪs

Meanings of Novice:

noun

A person new to and inexperienced in a job or situation.

Usage examples:

He was a complete novice in foreign affairs

Meanings of Novicehood:

noun

The state or condition of being a novice.

Novices

ˈnɒv.ɪs

Meanings of Novices:

noun

A person new to and inexperienced in a job or situation.

Usage examples:

He was a complete novice in foreign affairs

Noviciate

nə(ʊ)ˈvɪʃɪət

Meanings of Noviciate:

noun

The period or state of being a novice, especially in a religious order.

Usage examples:

Even in the golden days of my novitiate, such places were few and far between.

Meanings of Novillada:

noun

A bullfight in which three-year-old bulls are fought by novice matadors.

Meanings of Novillero:

noun

A bullfighter who fights novillos.

Meanings of Novillo:

noun

A young bull; specifically a fighting bull not more than three years old.

Meanings of Novitial:

adjective

Relating to a novice; of the nature of or characteristic of a novice.

Novitiate

nə(ʊ)ˈvɪʃɪət

Meanings of Novitiate:

noun

The period or state of being a novice, especially in a religious order.

Usage examples:

Even in the golden days of my novitiate, such places were few and far between.

Novitiates

nə(ʊ)ˈvɪʃɪət

Meanings of Novitiates:

noun

The period or state of being a novice, especially in a religious order.

Usage examples:

Even in the golden days of my novitiate, such places were few and far between.

Meanings of Novity:

noun

An innovation; a novelty.

Meanings of Novo:

abbreviation

Delaware (in official postal use).

Meanings of Novobiocin:

noun

A weakly acidic tetracyclic phenol, c₃₁ h₃₆ n₂ o₁₁, that is produced by certain actinomycetes of the genus streptomyces and is used in treating infections caused by bacteria resistant to less toxic antibiotics.

Novocaine

ˈnəʊvəkeɪn

Meanings of Novocaine:

noun

Another term for procaine.

Meanings of Novodamus:

noun

(a charter containing) a clause by which a feudal superior renews a former grant (now specifically with an alteration or correction). also as "charter (clause,etc.) of novodamus".

Now

naʊ

Meanings of Now:

adverb

At the present time or moment.

Usage examples:

Where are you living now?
conjunction

As a consequence of the fact.

Usage examples:

They spent a lot of time together now that he had retired
adjective

Fashionable or up to date.

Usage examples:

See more of what's now during our autumn catwalk show

At the present moment

Meanings of Now-and-then:

Sometimes, but not regularly

Usage examples:

We still get together for lunch every now and then., we still meet for lunch now and then, but not …
phrase

From time to time.

Usage examples:

She walked quickly, pausing now and again for them to catch up
idiom

Sometimes, but not very often

Usage examples:

We meet up for lunch now and then, but not as often as we used to.

Meanings of Nowaday:

adverb

Nowadays.

adjective

Of or belonging to the present day, contemporary.

noun

The present time.

Nowadays

ˈnaʊ.ə.deɪz

Meanings of Nowadays:

adverb

At the present time, in contrast with the past.

Usage examples:

The sort of clothes worn by almost all young people nowadays

Meanings of Nowanights:

adverb

At night at the present time, in contrast with the past.

Noway

ˈnəʊweɪ

Meanings of Noway:

adverb

Not at all; by no means.

Usage examples:

And the missus now, she won't let me have you noways. ‘sides, i'm your slave.

Noways

ˈnəʊweɪ

Meanings of Noways:

adverb

Not at all; by no means.

Usage examples:

And the missus now, she won't let me have you noways. ‘sides, i'm your slave.

Meanings of Nowder:

adverb

Introducing reference to alternatives or different things, about each of which a negative statement is made. followed by † ne, † no, or nor.

Meanings of Nowed:

adjective

Knotted; (of a snake) depicted interlaced in a knot.

Meanings of Nowel:

noun

Archaic spelling of noel.

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