What does normalcy mean?

Definitions for normalcy
ˈnɔr məl sinor·mal·cy

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. normality, normalcynoun

    being within certain limits that define the range of normal functioning

  2. normality, normalcynoun

    expectedness as a consequence of being usual or regular or common


  1. normalcynoun

    The state of being normal; the fact of being normal; normality.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Normalcynoun

    the quality, state, or fact of being normal; as, the point of normalcy

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of normalcy in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of normalcy in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of normalcy in a Sentence

  1. Dimitri Christakis:

    People in this country have no appreciation of how fortunate we are and how easily we could return to some level of normalcy if everybody would just do their part, and I think it is unfortunately going to take sticks because we're all out of carrots.

  2. Richard Giragosian:

    But a return to normalcy and a real de-escalation seems unlikely.

  3. Dan Crenshaw:

    I've still got some pain and inflammation, you can see that. I have a pretty red eye. But doctors are optimistic. I've been to various follow-up appointments by now. And the retina is staying in place, which means we're hopeful I'll return to some sense of normalcy in the next couple of months. Which means I can correct my vision basically back to normal again, so that's what we're hoping for and we're optimistic that will happen. I will be back with you soon enough.

  4. Craig Witherspoon:

    We've got to get more folks vaccinated and get those numbers up so we can be safe, and if we want to get back to a sense of normalcy, this how we do it.

  5. Dawn Muhammad:

    I’m very thankful to be able to help my father have normalcy in his life.

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    • A. muddle
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