- v. Simple past tense and past participle of crawl.
“Mannion crawled from the rubble and hauled himself to his feet.”
“As they crawled from the wreckage with the help of the driver who had hit them, Carol and Jeanne were shocked to find they'd gotten through the accident with just a few bruises.”
“Half an hour later, groaning and sobbing, the captain crawled to Chris's feet.”
“At times, I think the wolf within crawled out from under my skin to become my totem, my animus, my daemon, if you will.”
“The operator crawled from the overturned cab and systems squelched the fire, so I ran past, through where the blue goo pushed and flowed against the median, and I searched for the torso.”
“Red Bill grunted and loosed his grip, and the twain crawled out into the open.”
“Jeb Bush take your lies elsewhere, like whatever hole your cousin crawled in ..”
“My skin crawled when I heard DC asking for that sect to be banned - more rigorous would be to expose the idiocy of what they preach.”
“Tutime broke into a full body sweat, a searing pain crawled up the back of his neck into his brain.”
“Fratello, 55, crawled from the limo and signaled oncoming cars to avoid the collision area while calling for help on his cell phone.”
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