normalcy and reality were keystones of the Republican agenda.
The road back to what passes for normalcy in Egypt will be much longer and harder after today's debacle than it already seemed.
Still, the urge to seek a return to normalcy remains powerful, he said, and could drive more people in Syria toward the truces.
normalcy with Pakistan is a good idea: Put me down as lead advocate of the band of peace missionaries.
My normalcy has its own poignancy and beauty to it that most hearing people will never know.
A little feedback of the idiocy of their present situation to correct their course and return it to normalcy.
There are the children who have nothing, no love, no normalcy.
We'll have tea and a talk as soon as I return to—to normalcy—that was Mr. Harding's way of expressing it, wasn't it?
Perhaps you won't think so when you see me get back to normalcy.
I see what must be done to jerk my Cousin Angela back to normalcy.
1857, "mathematical condition of being at right angles," from normal + -cy. Associated since c.1920 with U.S. president Warren G. Harding and derided as an example of his incompetent speaking style. Previously used mostly in the mathematical sense. The word prefered by purists for "a normal situation" is normality (1849).
A word used by President Warren Harding to describe the calm political and social order to which he wished to return the United States after the idealism and commotion of the presidency of Woodrow Wilson.
Note: Normalcy has been used as a general term for the political climate in the United States in the early 1920s.