- v. present participle of norm.
“By "norming" such speech, they give tacit approval for the most radical members of such groups to consider violent action acceptable, as if the collective unconscious of the Right is trolling for an assassin--while maintaining deniability.”
“While Davidson was "norming" this mood index by inviting hundreds of people into the lab to be assessed, he happened to invite for testing an elderly Tibetan lama who had come to give a talk at the University of Wisconsin.”
“Christ, he was giving aid and comfort to perverts the world over, "norming" the tactics they would use to seduce the innocent.”
“I also hear the "norming" thing, although I don't deal with people othering me quite as often.”
“If there were just a single issue to watch for major developments in this Administration's future, it would unquestionably be the UN and multilateralism, both on political questions and on the international "norming" of policies heretofore properly considered domestic in nature, such as gun control, the death penalty, abortion and many others, starting with climate change.”
“I do get sucked into anything where people are "norming" me: like, "Yours!”
“Using the test to compare children depends on a much-trusted practice among researchers: norming.”
“However, mainly overeating with a buddy is related to social norming -- "If she has four Thin Mints, I can have four.”
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