Etymology
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inclemency (n.)

"state or character of being inclement," 1550s, from French inclémence and directly from Latin inclementia "rigor, harshness, roughness," from inclemens "harsh, unmerciful" (see inclement).

updated on November 23, 2020

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Definitions of inclemency from WordNet

inclemency (n.)
weather unsuitable for outdoor activities;
Synonyms: bad weather / inclementness
inclemency (n.)
excessive sternness;
Synonyms: severity / severeness / harshness / rigor / rigour / rigorousness / rigourousness / hardness / stiffness
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