- 1 [sentence adverb] Under normal or usual conditions; as a rule: normally, it takes three or four years to complete the trainingMore example sentences
- The home grower is under less pressure and conditions are not normally as sterile.
- Although uncomfortable and embarrassing, it is not normally a serious condition.
- Patients with this condition are normally able to cope as long as there is free access to water.
- 2In a normal manner; in the usual way: try to breathe normallyMore example sentences
- According to friends was behaving normally up to the day she disappeared.
- Now, of course, they suspect he was carrying out the advice he had given to Steve, to behave normally.
- There is a sense at the office party that most people can behave normally, as they stand around in little groups.