Definition of inclemency in English:

inclemency

noun

  • See inclement

    • ‘The Welsh, I would say, have an often overlooked but damned fine line in dry humour, as is often the case with people from inclement climates, and maybe this is honed even more when you spend so much of your life immersed in that inclemency.’
    • ‘There are islands in Antarctica and parts of northern Canada that are uninhabitable due to the inclemency of the weather.’
    • ‘The weather this week has been unusually terrible and Britons traditionally like nothing better than a spot of extreme inclemency.’
    • ‘Musicians have evolved ways of protecting their voices and their instruments from the inclemencies of air and sun.’
    • ‘It was the duty of the Medical Officer to see that the pilgrims were with sufficient clothing to stand the inclemency of the weather and if they were not then the official directed them to abandon the Yatra.’

Pronunciation

inclemency

/inˈklemənsē//ɪnˈklɛmənsi/