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The paleontologists reached it via an hour-long clamber through an underground river.

By a stroke of good fortune he collided in his flight with a tree; instinct made him clamber up; he did it awkwardly.

In one of the breaches appeared a red kepis followed by legs of the same color trying to clamber over the ruins.

She had used himself and his profession as a sort of social ladder whereby to clamber upward.

The BrentonsAnna Chapin Ray

At every step we had to clamber over fallen 105 trunks of trees, to the injury of our shins, which were almost always bleeding.

They ought to have seen to it that no one could clamber into the tower.

King of RanleighF. S. (Frederick Sadlier) Brereton

And Fine Anna, who must clamber up over his own family and tread them in the dust!

Pelle the Conqueror, CompleteMartin Anderson Nexo

To climb is the function of a man; to clamber is that of an animal—he did both.

Ross heard him drag a chair to the window, to make it easier for him to clamber out.

The Boy with the U. S. Weather MenFrancis William Rolt-Wheeler

Once out of the valley of the Beaver it must clamber over range after range and stumble through deep and tortuous cañons.

An Apache PrincessCharles King

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