Pronunciation of In-Clement
/ɪnklˈɛmənt/, /ɪnklˈɛmənt/, /ɪ_n_k_l_ˈɛ_m_ə_n_t/

Synonyms for in-clement:

bitter (adjective)

afflictive, annoying, bad, calamitous, cruel, dire, disagreeable, displeasing, distasteful, disturbing, galling, grievous, heartbreaking, hurtful, inclement, intense, merciless, offensive, poignant, provoking, sharp, stinging, unpalatable, unpleasant, vexatious, woeful.

blustery (adjective)

gusty, howling, raging, roaring, turbulent, wild, windy, gusting.

choppy (adjective)

uneven, Ripply.

cold (adjective)

algid, arctic, benumbed, biting, bitter, blasting, bleak, boreal, brisk, brumal, chill, chilled, cool, crisp, cutting, frigid, frore, frosty, frozen, gelid, glacial, hiemal, hyperborean, icebox, iced, icy, keen, nipping, nippy, numbing, penetrating, piercing, polar, rimy, shivery, siberian, sleety, snappy, snowy, Numbed, hawkish, below freezing, below zero, have goose bumps, one-dog night, two-dog night.

hard (adjective)

acrimonious, angry, antagonistic, austere, cold fish, cold-blooded, dark, distressing, dour, exacting, grim, hard-boiled, hostile, intolerable, obdurate, painful, perverse, rancorous, resentful, stern, strict, stringent, stubborn, thick-skinned, tough, unjust, unrelenting, unsparing, unsympathetic, vengeful, hard as nails.

inclement (adjective)

brutal, callous, cold, draconian, foul, hard, harsh, intemperate, pitiless, raw, rigorous, rough, rugged, ruthless, savage, severe, stormy, tempestuous, tyrannical, unfeeling, unkind, unmerciful, violent, wintry.

rigorous (adjective)

accurate, ascetic, burdensome, correct, definite, dogmatic, inflexible, meticulous, nice, onerous, oppressive, precise, proper, punctilious, right, rigid, scrupulous, stiff, uncompromising, unpermissive, ironhanded.

roiled (adjective)

dirty, roily, tumultuous, ugly.

roily (adjective)


rough (adjective)

agitated, blustering, blustery, boisterous, buffeting, cacophonous, choppy, coarse, discordant, dry, furious, grating, gruff, hoarse, husky, inharmonious, jarring, rasping, raucous, squally, unmusical, stridulent, tumultous/tumultuous.

rough-and-tumble (adjective)


rugged (adjective)


severe (adjective)

acute, arduous, consequential, critical, dangerous, dear, demanding, despotic, domineering, drastic, effortful, extreme, fierce, forbidding, grave, grinding, heavy, hefty, implacable, mordant, overbearing, punishing, serious, sore, strenuous, taxing, toilsome, weighty, wicked.

shivery (adjective)


turbulent (adjective)

boiling, bumpy, confused, destructive, disordered, disturbed, foaming, noisy, restless, riotous, ruffled, stirred up, swirling, thunderous, tremulous, unstable, Moiling, Stormful, Storming, tumultous/ tumultuous.

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