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EtymologyEdit

normal +‎ -ie

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NounEdit

normie (plural normies)

  1. (slang, usually derogatory) A normal person.
    • 1980, Barry Corbet, Options: spinal cord injury and the future
      This place is a sure cure for a gimp's feeling out of place and a sure cure for a normie feeling awkward around a wheelchair.
    • 2006, Anne Katherine, How to make almost any diet work (page 200)
      You'll start eating like a normie. In fact, a small amount of food will one day look like a lot.
    • 2011, Bucky Sinister, Still Standing: Addicts Talk About Living Sober (page 97)
      Be jovial but not a comedian. We have a sense of humor that the normies don't have.

AdjectiveEdit

normie (comparative more normie, superlative most normie)

  1. (slang, usually derogatory) Like a normal person.
    • 2017, "The Grandfather Of Alt-Science" by Daniel Engber, fivethirtyeight.com
      The split from Pauling, and the death of Laurelee, sent Robinson hurtling further out into the fringe, where he found a small but ardent caucus of contrarians: scientists, like him, who had abandoned — or been ejected from — the normie, left-leaning research community and who made common cause in puncturing prevailing views on smoking, DDT, radiation, depletion of the ozone hole and changes to the climate.

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