"Accustomisation" would refer to someone finding something less novel over time - "he became accustomed to the traffic noise outside his new house". An alternative might be "acclimatisation", or possibly "regularisation" or "normalisation", although the last two probably more strictly refer to something becoming "less unusual" than "less new", since something can be really old but unusual, and then become widespread - it never had any novelty to lose.
Oxidation. The metal is ionized by the loss of an electron.
the community used the word loss to describe the accidental loss of somebody. and they used release... helppp
The Greek word for "Novelty" is "καινοτομία".
ty is the suffix of novelty
Plural of novelty is novelties.
Improper is a word that is usually used to describe a word that has been incorrectly used.
The definition of the word equity can mean two things. Firstly, if can mean fair and equal. Secondly, it is used in the legal sense to describe mediation in a loss of fairness. It can also be used to describe the value of something.
Amnesia is the word commonly used to describe loss of memory.
Regicide is the word used to describe the murder of a king.
A word used to describe changes in The Constitution is: Amendment.
"several" can be used to describe many.
The most common word used to describe twilight is "dusk".
No, its a word used to describe a person who is new to something. Like a rookie.
The piece of art is a real novelty.These pair of shoes are novelties.
A word that is used to describe the hobby of indoor gardening is the word greenhouse. There are also other words to describe this hobby, but this is just one of them.
A puppy pug,like the term for a baby pig, 'piglet' they have used the word 'pug' as a novelty
This word is used to describe the French baguette.
I went the long way to work today just for some novelty
In the 19th century, having your picture taken was quite a novelty.