Fictionary: Novel Titles by Definition

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Can you name the one-word novel titles when given the word's dictionary definition?

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Dictionary DefinitionNovelAuthor
A ridge of sand created by the windF. Herbert
The process of being saved from danger or harmJ. Dickey
Used to refer to a thing previously mentioned or easily identifiedS. King
A person of subnormal intelligenceF. Dostoevsky
The mouth of a person or animal, especially a large and frightening animalP. Benchley
An epidemic disease causing a high rate of mortalityA. Camus
Dear to the heartT. Morrison
A style of jazz piano music, developed by Scott Joplin around 1900E. Doctorow
A stomach distress with distaste for food and an urge to vomitJ. Sartre
Not made or caused by humankind.B. Malamud
Any man who serves as a sponsor for a child at baptismM. Puzo
The moment when you first realize or experience somethingK. Chopin
Inducement to act by argument or reasoning or entreatyJ. Austen
The most basic part of something from which the rest of it developsI. Asimov
A thick tropical forestU. Sinclair
A journey by a large group to escape from a hostile environmentL. Uris
A song of devotion or loyalty (as to a nation or school)A. Rand
The long deep sound that a cow makesJ. Smiley
The part of society consisting of criminal organizations and activitiesD. DeLillo
Someone who pays for the services of a professional personJ. Grisham
The process of giving information to people, especially information that was secretM. Crichton
A declaration that one will do or refrain from doing something specifiedC. Potok
A source of aidK. Stockett
An animal one year old or in the second year of its ageM. Rawlings
The area around the altar of a church for the clergy and choirW. Faulkner

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