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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnormalitynor‧mal‧i‧ty /nɔːˈmæləti $ nɔːr-/ ●○○ AWL (also normalcy /ˈnɔːməlsi $ ˈnɔːr-/ American English) noun [uncountable]  NORMALa situation in which things happen in the usual or expected way We’re hoping for a return to normality as soon as possible. We’ll soon get back to some semblance of normality.
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normalityGradually she led the interview to a quietus, a normality of future projects.A current example of Doublethink about normality is the way many mental health professionals classify behavior in old people.Another way to think about normality is to call it the absence of most conflict and anxiety.Describing everyone as neurotic makes any distinction between normality and neurosis impossible.As a first-year graduate student, I taught an undergraduate honors seminar on concepts of normality.The same is true of the construct of normality.The main office gradually returned to a semblance of normality.The children soon settled down once normality was re-established.The normality judgment task has an additional purpose.Both leaders say they hope the relationship between their two countries will be restored to normality.The war-torn area is returning to normality.return to normalityLiberals generally considered the Manifesto less than satisfactory but sufficient grounds for a return to normality.Most animals gradually recover although complete return to normality may take weeks or months.What the country got instead was the return to normality with all its faults; and a general election.While Little Weirwold was returning to normality, events in the larger world continued to escalate.
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