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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCLEMENCY

We were in a wigwam, which afforded us but miserable shelter from the inclemency of the season.

John Mangles bore him company, and endured with him the inclemency of the weather.

This gloom, and the inclemency of the weather, added to the young painter's depression.

The post-boys were exposed to all the inclemency of the weather both by day and night.

What were rain and cold, the inclemency of the elements to them?

The village afforded us shelter from the inclemency of the weather, and, what was still more welcome, a quantity of boiled rice.

But there was to be added another cause, the inclemency of the weather.

Seek for her but a shelter from inclemency, and take her therein to liberty, to thee!

I should be sorry were she to suffer by the storm's inclemency.

Then, to think of the solitude, of his nakedness, and of the inclemency of the weather.

WORD ORIGIN

1550s, from Middle French inclémence and directly from Latin inclementia "rigor, harshness, roughness," from inclemens (see inclement).

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