normaldom

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From normal +‎ -dom.

Noun[edit]

normaldom (uncountable)

  1. normalcy
    • 2011, Munayem Mayenin, Laranska the Anatomy of Fear:
      Then there were the mentally and physically ills who were there because they could not take up the destructive force of normaldom any longer. Nothing made sense anymore and they could not bear the agony of living a pointlessly hollow life. They fell from grace from normaldom and formed this group of unfortunate casualties of the market god's massacres of humanity.
    • 2011, Warwick Davis, Size Matters Not:
      I did not relish the idea of leaving this galaxy of adventure for a life of normaldom.