normality normality  /ˌnɔr ˈmæ lə ti/


  1. (n) being within certain limits that define the range of normal functioning
  2. (n) (of a solution) concentration expressed in gram equivalents of solute per liter
  3. (n) expectedness as a consequence of being usual or regular or common
  4. (n) conformity with the norm



  1. Her normality makes her something more resonant than this month's Madonna.
  2. That's why I think that for all the return to superficial normality, Americans really have changed.
  3. That's the sound of normality in Somalia.


  • 94% Of April Consumer Credit Goes To Student And Car Loans

    Remember when, many years ago, the inflection thesis was that once a pick up in consumer lending is seen for discretionary purchases (i.e., revolving credit) that would be the sign that normality is coming back. Explaining why some may have forgotten this is that for the past 4 years it never actually happened for two simple reasons: i) consumers are still very unsure about the centrally-planned ...
    on June 8, 2013     Source: Zero Hedge


  1. But Olmert added: "Does anyone seriously think that our children will wet their beds at night in fear and be afraid to go out of the house and they (Gazans) will live in quiet normality?"
    on Jan 24, 2006 By: Ehud Olmert Source: 940 News

  2. Garcia predicted "a situation approaching normality" in 10 days, but acknowledged that reconstruction would take far longer.
    on Aug 18, 2007 By: Alan Garcia Source: FOX News

  3. "I feel like I have some normality back to my life," Phelps said. "I can get to sleep earlier. I have no problem falling asleep now. I was completely worn out my first day back. After two hours or so of working out, I was absolutely dead. I...
    on Jan 22, 2009 By: Michael Phelps Source: ESPN

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