American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Normality.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In geometry, the state or fact of being normal.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. rare The quality, state, or fact of being normal; the normal situation or condition.
- n. being within certain limits that define the range of normal functioning
- n. expectedness as a consequence of being usual or regular or common
- normal + -cy (Wiktionary)
“As well as what I call normalcy, that is being beyond being bought.”
“And it is true that many who put Mr. Harding in power regard him as the symbol of something which they call normalcy; which may roughly be translated into English by the word normality.”
“And then everybody quietly sits down, and normalcy is restored.”
“In spite of those things, a certain normalcy can often prevail.”
“When there are calamities, making the home a place of normalcy is even more important.”
“Yet the difference between “turning the corner” and a return to any sort of normalcy is vast.”
“I think people can be on them and maintain normalcy and dignity.”
“The problem with trying to lead a sensible, upstanding life is that the choices you make and actions you follow on a regular basis quickly become part of your definition of normalcy.”
“Still, every little bit of normalcy is hailed here!”
“But if you are Homer Leon you are a regular American, you watch regular TV and you are regular, you are just folks and normalcy is good.”
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