Examples of normalcy in a Sentence
Let's hope for an end to the war and a return to normalcy.
a combat-weary soldier longing for the normalcy of peacetime life
Recent Examples of normalcy from the Web
Patrick Melrose is a five-part miniseries, based on five autobiographical Edward St. Aubyn novels, tracing the author’s troubled youth and his journey toward domestic normalcy — all set against the backdrop of the English upper-class.
Among the first things Tim Tebow does upon arriving in every Eastern League city is work to create a sense of baseball normalcy by doing something rather abnormal.
The ceremony opening a small road along the Tigris River in Baghdad could hardly have been more modest – or more symbolic of how normalcy has begun to unfurl across the Iraqi capital for the first time in decades.
That sort of Sunday normalcy would fade away quickly if Garcetti decides to run for president.
Yet finding normalcy would be easier said than done Thursday.
She was headed to a school open house, enjoying a rare moment of parental normalcy with her husband, Johnny, and their 14-year-old son, Theo—all of them eager to solve the vexing question of where Theo should attend high school next year.
Krasinski and Emily Blunt play a couple struggling to defend their family while also seeking some sliver of normalcy on their remote farm.
After an unfortunate start to the month for Rick Ross that included a four-day hospital stay, Rozay seems to be adjusting back to normalcy following his release from the hospital last week.
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NORMALCY Defined for English Language Learners
: a normal condition or situation
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