inclement

Part of speech: adjective

Not clement; severe; rigorous, as weather; stormy.

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Usage examples "inclement":

  1. The discovery of this mine has been a great boon to the inhabitants of this region, where wood is so scarce and where the winter is so long and inclement. - "The South of France--East Half", Charles Bertram Black.
  2. The snows were deep in winter and the weather was inclement. - "A Sketch of the History of Oneonta", Dudley M. Campbell.
  3. Science, we are told, and philosophy are but an inclement atmosphere for poetry to thrive in. - "Platform Monologues", T. G. Tucker.