clambered

[ klam-ber, klam-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF clambered

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But the two clambered into the half-seen dinghy and pushed off.

He clambered round through the cellars with eyes and wits alert.

With a few added curses he clambered down into the car again.

Oswald Bareth was the first who clambered up from to leeward.

Surely you recollect the day we clambered from the very bottom of Jaumegarde with Dubuche?

Doctor Dalichamp had clambered into his gig and was calling to Maurice.

And as the stranger made no attempt to move, she clambered up and shook him.

At the point of his pistols they clambered through the window, and he came in after them.

Kicking off the nearest of the spider men, he clambered in after the scientist.

He must have clambered his way up-stream, all those hundred miles, running by the bank.