from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Obsolete strong preterit of climb.
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The young ones clamb about Stokes: the boy jumps into an arm-chair.
At seven years 'end she got her iron shoon, clamb the glassy hill, and chanced to come to the auld washerwife's habitation.
I clamb up the bank, sat doun on ma doup on a bit hillock, an 'took the leeberty o' lichtin 'ma pipe.
So high she clamb, that Gilbert might not get her,
Bloatsheet bounced through the kail-yard like a maukin, clamb over the bit wall, and off like mad; while Blister was feeling Magneezhy's pulse with one hand, and looking at his doctor's watch, which he had in the other.
He let some mo 'niggers clamb up in de same tree wid us.
At seven years’ end she got her iron shoon, clamb the glassy hill, and chanced to come to the auld washerwife’s habitation.