The state or fact of being normal; normalcy.(noun)
Chemistry The concentration of a solution, expressed in gram equivalent weights of solute per liter of solution.(noun)
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Use "normality" in a sentence
"For example, one could determine the normality of the sodium hydroxide (NaOH), but the normality of sodium hydroxide itself has no meaning. now consider that the term normality is obsolete."
"By writing in excruciatingly tedious detail about tax accountancy—he took classes in the subject as part of his preparation—Wallace hoped to dull himself into the state that those fortunate enough to know it call normality."
"Instead of madness, scandal, loneliness or addiction, his long life from all outward appearances has been characterized by a normality that is freakish by the standards of his peers."