Definition of normalcy
: the state or fact of being normal a return to normalcy after war
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
But for soldiers, protesters, and bystanders alike, the cycles of unrest and repression can erase any semblance of normalcy, amid school closures, internet blackouts, and curfews.
The return to a level of normalcy followed days of emotional tributes to the Manchester attack victims.
The return to a level of normalcy followed an emotional tribute Monday to attack victims.
Friday’s game represented something of a return to normalcy.
Pitta was due to make $5.5 million in 2017 and 2018 before the Ravens came to him about a contract restructuring — the team’s leading returning receiver welcomed a return to normalcy entering organized team activities.
One of those homes is in Seattle, which Ciara loves for its normalcy.
Who would voluntarily sign on for that still isn’t clear, but WIRED checked out the team’s return to normalcy this weekend.
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First Known Use of normalcy
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Definition of normalcy for English Language Learners
: a normal condition or situation
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