inclement

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adjective in·clem·ent \(ˌ)in-ˈkle-mənt, ˈin-klə-\

Definition of inclement

  1. :  lacking mildness: such asa archaic :  severe in temper or action :  unmercifulb :  physically severe :  stormy inclement weather

inclemently

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Examples of inclement in a sentence

  1. The game was postponed due to inclement weather.

  2. the weather report warned that the holiday weekend would be spoiled by inclement weather

Origin and Etymology of inclement

Latin inclement-, inclemens, from in- + clement-, clemens clement


First Known Use: 1621


INCLEMENT Defined for English Language Learners

inclement

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adjective in·clem·ent \(ˌ)in-ˈkle-mənt, ˈin-klə-\

Definition of inclement for English Language Learners

  • : having rain and storms


INCLEMENT Defined for Kids

inclement

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adjective in·clem·ent \in-ˈkle-mənt\

Definition of inclement for Students

  1. :  stormy 1 inclement weather



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