• (adjective): Stormy: inclement weather.
  • (adjective): Showing no clemency; unmerciful.

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  • (adjective): used of persons or behavior; showing no clemency or mercy; "the harsh sentence of an inclement judge"
  • (adjective): (of weather or climate) severe

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Example Sentences

  • She liked girls to be neatly dressed; she could not bear to see them out at what she called inclement hours.

  • Why are gun hunters expected to purchase the majority of tags (and thus create the revenue stream), balance the herd by killing does (as bowhunters can't kill enough deer to get it done), yet are expected to sit in inclement weather and not be able to enjoy the season in November and all that brings?

  • If you want to stretch it, other people who climb mountains in inclement weather might also have an interest in that information.

  • This was the third consecutive game in inclement weather at Heinz Field, including tropical-like rain that fell throughout Pittsburgh's 3-0 victory over Miami on Nov. 26 and left a newly sodded field nearly unplayable.

  • So the next morning I bicycled down to the state park and found my way to the Roosevelt Baths and Spa, a series of imposing brick buildings around a grassy quad, some linked with arcades that allow health seekers to take their walks even in inclement weather.

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