Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To limp; halt.
  • To hook; snatch; take hold of suddenly.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Hmmm….must bee noo waey ob kleein? kitteh climp in wun sied when durtee, and com aowt teh othur scweekee kleen and wif lawtz and lawtz ob k–

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  • When they lifted off and began a steady climp to the east, a cooling blast of air whooshed through the vents.

    Nightway

  • When they lifted off and began a steady climp to the east, a cooling blast of air whooshed through the vents.

    Nightway

  • When they lifted off and began a steady climp to the east, a cooling blast of air whooshed through the vents.

    Nightway

  • When they lifted off and began a steady climp to the east, a cooling blast of air whooshed through the vents.

    Nightway

  • 'Who goes zere ze third time?' ant I ron away, I sprang in ze vater, climp op to ze oser site, ant walk on.

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  • A little farther up there will be 2 guys sitting infront of computers, jump down the ladder and then climp back up it, go out and kill the 3 grunts.

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  • At the end of this climp, there is the room where Cheops was buried, and the post of another guard that spoke no English but insisted on pushing us around the room, making us feel the walls, pointing out details like some holes on the walls that we originally though were for ventilation.

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  • Also some cat climbing trees you know any cat can climp to almost ant tree.

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