He climbed down with difficulty, clutching one hand with the other.
"I prythee that you will pardon me," said the knight, clutching his way along the bulwark.
She was back again in the stuffy hotel room, clutching the sheet about her.
"Let's git out, mister," cried Old Bill, clutching Mortimer's arm.
That clutching pain of grief was real, so real it blotted everything out.
He was screaming and clutching at his throat, trying to loosen his collar.
"Certainly not," Jan cried, clutching Tony lest he should fly off there and then.
His long, thin fingers were clutching her clasped hands as with a vise.
Clutching the rail, she swung round to face his lordship with that question.
The hand that had let him loose when his anger got the better of him with Csar was clutching at him again.