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OK I'm confusing with "as of" and can't related the two word "inclemency" and "weather".Is it "as of" that's confusing you? You really need to be more clear. You understand "inclemency" and I'm pretty sure you know what "weather" is, which only leaves two words that could be causing you a problem.
OK I'm confusing with "as of" and can't related the two word "inclemency" and "weather".
Can I write it a "inclemency about weather"? I mean, is "Inclemency, as of weather"="inclemency about weather" correct?
But inclemency is synonyms for rigor.
I understand Tdol. Thank you.It is not a synonym for every meaning of the word rigor. Rigor, like inclement, can be used to describe harsh weather conditions - the rigours of winter. It is not a straight synonym for rigor. Several different meanings and uses are given for the word, and inclemency is only suggested in one sub-section (1c) of one definition. If you are talking about the rigors of winter, you are talking about harsh weather, and in that area, there is some common ground.