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
Following news of his transfer from Metea Valley to Naperville Central made official earlier this month, the opportunity to get on the field brings normalcy.
After a while, a sense of quasi-normalcy returned to the jittery flight.
Their new routine establishes a semblance of normalcy, but Bill struggles to move on from his wife’s passing, stuck in a functional state of deep depression.
And strangled businesses are creeping back to normalcy.
On Thursday House proceedings were to resume as usual, and lawmakers were returning to the Capitol in search of some semblance of normalcy.
Their friendship provides normalcy, something to keep them grounded in the face of seemingly endless bus rides and constant change.
That month, a U.S. government bureau forecast that an economy shackled by the restrictions of war production would make a smooth transition to normalcy....
Binky offers a way to see and tolerate that new normalcy.
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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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