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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of clamber.

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Examples

  • He had clambered in beside his wife, and was holding one of her hands in his.

    The Banks of the Sacramento

  • But his low gunwale ground against the heavy craft, and the remain - ing correspondent clambered aboard.

    THE ONE THOUSAND DOZEN

  • The man trembled as with a chill as he started to his feet, clambered over the fence, and mounted his wheel.

    When the World Was Young

  • When they had drifted out of rifle-shot they clambered over the sides and paddled ashore.

    THE GOD OF HIS FATHERS

  • He swam directly to the beach and clambered out into a small opening between two harems, the masters of which made warning noises but did not attack him.

    Chapter 30

  • Having instructed Thomas Mugridge as to what he was to do, I clambered into the fore-rigging a few feet.

    Chapter 17

  • Frona and Corliss clambered on, the canoe between them.

    CHAPTER 25

  • But it all turned out fine in the end, with Stephen arriving home from a party just at the point I'd fortuitously clambered back out of the back yard and headed round to the front again.

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  • She blew through the gap of the pass in a whirlwind of vapor, with hand and foot clambered down the volcanic ruin of Chilcoot's mighty father, and stood on the bleak edge of the lake which filled the pit of the crater.

    CHAPTER 3

  • A policeman, under orders from his captain, clambered to the lofty seat of the coal wagon to arrest the driver.

    SOUTH OF THE SLOT

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