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normality (s) (noun), normalities (pl)
1. Being within certain limits that define the range of typical functioning: The engine in the new car performed to a high degree of normality; especially, compared to other cars of the same size.
2. The way things are under regular circumstances: Sam enjoyed the normality of calmness that was so evident at the seashore.
3. A common or natural condition or a usual or accepted rule or process: The normality of everyday life appealed to Thomas after he retired.
4. A mixture of two or more substances, or liquids, in a homogenous solution: The students in the chemistry laboratory created a normality by mixing peroxide and water.
5. Commonly used to indicate an acceptable physical or mental condition: A series of psychotherapies should help restore Manfred back to normality.
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