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).

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Definitions of inclemency

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
From wordnet.princeton.edu