Also cli·mat·i·cal, cli·mat·al [klahy-mi-tl] /ˈklaɪ mɪ tl/.
Origin of climatic
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Examples from the Web for climatal
Now such cases seem to me very striking, as showing how little relation some variations have to climatal conditions.
You speak of these animals as having been exposed to a vast range of climatal changes from before to after the Glacial period.
All these climatal conditions exerted, no doubt, a modifying influence upon the character of the inhabitants.Christianity and Greek Philosophy
Benjamin Franklin Cocker
To these ever-varying geographical and climatal conditions the state of the animate world has been unceasingly adapted.A Manual of Elementary Geology
Climatal causes generally (whether dependent on latitude or upon altitude).
Word Origin and History for climatal
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