inclement

Impertinent vs Inclement - What's the difference?

impertinent | inclement | Related terms |

Impertinent is a related term of inclement.


As adjectives the difference between impertinent and inclement

is that impertinent is insolent, ill-mannered while inclement is inclement.

As a noun impertinent

is an impertinent individual.

Cragged vs Inclement - What's the difference?

cragged | inclement | Related terms |

Cragged is a related term of inclement.


As adjectives the difference between cragged and inclement

is that cragged is having crags while inclement is inclement.

Uneven vs Inclement - What's the difference?

uneven | inclement | Related terms |

Uneven is a related term of inclement.


As adjectives the difference between uneven and inclement

is that uneven is not even while inclement is inclement.

Saucy vs Inclement - What's the difference?

saucy | inclement | Related terms |

Saucy is a related term of inclement.


As adjectives the difference between saucy and inclement

is that saucy is similar to sauce; having the consistency or texture of sauce while inclement is inclement.

Impetuous vs Inclement - What's the difference?

impetuous | inclement | Related terms |

Impetuous is a related term of inclement.


As adjectives the difference between impetuous and inclement

is that impetuous is making arbitrary decisions, especially in an impulsive and forceful manner while inclement is inclement.

Inclement - What does it mean?

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Uncouth vs Inclement - What's the difference?

uncouth | inclement | Related terms |

Uncouth is a related term of inclement.


As adjectives the difference between uncouth and inclement

is that uncouth is (archaic) unfamiliar, strange, foreign while inclement is inclement.

Rough vs Inclement - What's the difference?

rough | inclement | Related terms |

Rough is a related term of inclement.


As adjectives the difference between rough and inclement

is that rough is having a texture that has much friction not smooth; uneven while inclement is inclement.

As a noun rough

is the unmowed part of a golf course.

As a verb rough

is to create in an approximate form.

As an adverb rough

is in a rough manner; rudely; roughly.

Austere vs Inclement - What's the difference?

austere | inclement | Related terms |

Austere is a related term of inclement.


As adjectives the difference between austere and inclement

is that austere is austere while inclement is inclement.

Sour vs Inclement - What's the difference?

sour | inclement | Related terms |

Sour is a related term of inclement.


As adjectives the difference between sour and inclement

is that sour is having an acidic, sharp or tangy taste while inclement is inclement.

As a noun sour

is the sensation of a sour taste.

As a verb sour

is (label) to make sour.

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