Definition of inclemency:
hardship, rawness, abrasiveness, harshness, inclementness, clumsiness, snow, rigor, rigorousness, gracelessness, awkwardness, barbarity, validity, severeness, cruelness, asperity, rigourousness, insensibility, grimness, austereness, hardness, badness, callosity, bad weather, weather, ruggedness, callousness, rigour, cogency, wind, coldness, rain, wintriness, severity, unfeelingness, cruelty, roughness, stiffness, storm, scratchiness.
In the evening, the company is of a still worse complexion; and the concourse becomes so great under the piazzas, particularly when the inclemency of the weather drives people out of the garden, that it is sometimes difficult to cross through the motley assemblage.- "Paris As It Was and As It Is", Francis W. Blagdon.
Spartianus, a Latin historian, tells us that, mixed with water, it was the drink of the soldiers, and that, thanks to this beverage, the veterans of the Roman army braved, by its use, the inclemency and variety of all the different seasons and climates of Europe, Asia, and Africa.- "The Book of Household Management", Mrs. Isabella Beeton.
As I was about to observe, the people began to betray uneasiness at the increasing and constant inclemency of the weather; and Mr. John Jaw found it necessary to stimulate their passions by a new development of his principles.- "The Monikins", J. Fenimore Cooper.