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Clement

I just found one of those words that is unpopular, yet has popular variations: clement. It's varieties are inclement as in bad weather, and clemency as in to forgive.

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Neat. There should be a word to describe that kind of word. Alas, inept has no ept, and nonplus has no plus. I rarely hear anything called violable, imitable, defatigable, dubitable, or controvertible. Oh, defatigate appears to be a word. Huh. And sipid. And trepid. I must find an opportunity to use these words.
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