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clem·ent

 (klĕm′ənt)
adj.
1. Inclined to be lenient or merciful.
2. Mild: clement weather.

[Middle English, from Latin clēmēns, clēment-.]

clem′ent·ly adv.
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clement

(ˈklɛmənt)
adj
1. merciful
2. (of the weather) mild
[C15: from Latin clēmēns mild; probably related to Greek klinein to lean]
ˈclemently adv
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clem•ent

(ˈklɛm ənt)

adj.
1. mild or merciful in disposition or character; lenient; compassionate: A clement judge reduced his sentence.
2. (of the weather) mild or temperate; pleasant.
[1425–75; late Middle English (< Old French) < Latin clēment-, s. of clēmēns gentle, merciful]
clem′ent•ly, adv.

Clem•ent

(ˈklɛm ənt)
n.
1. Clement I, Saint (Clement of Rome), A.D. c30–c100, first of the Apostolic Fathers: pope 88?–97?
2. Clement VII, (Giulio de' Medici), 1478–1534, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1523–34.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.clement - (of weather or climate) physically mild; "clement weather"
temperate - (of weather or climate) free from extremes; mild; or characteristic of such weather or climate; "a temperate region"; "the temperate zones"; "temperate plants"
inclement - (of weather or climate) severe
2.clement - (used of persons or behavior) inclined to show mercy; "a more clement judge reduced the sentence"
merciful - showing or giving mercy; "sought merciful treatment for the captives"; "a merciful god"
inclement - used of persons or behavior; showing no clemency or mercy; "the harsh sentence of an inclement judge"
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clement

adjective mild, fine, fair, calm, temperate, balmy The area is usually known for its clement weather.
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clement

adjective
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Translations
رَحيم، رَؤوفمُعْتَدِل
laskavýmírný
barmhjertigmild
mildurmiskunnsamur
gailestingasgailestingumasmalonė
lēnprātīgsmaigsmērensžēlsirdīgs

Clement

[ˈklemənt] NClemente

clement

[ˈklemənt] ADJclemente, benigno
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clement

[ˈklɛmənt] adj [weather] → clément(e)
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clement

adjmild (towards sb jdm gegenüber)
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clement

[ˈklɛmənt] (frm) adj (person) → clemente; (weather) → mite, clemente
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clement

(ˈklemənt) adjective
1. (of weather etc) mild.
2. merciful.
ˈclemency noun
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References in periodicals archive ?
In Sant Climent, a village of 4,000 just outside Barcelona in the northeastern Catalonia region, the booty this time of year is cherries.