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  • verb Present participle of downclimb.

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Examples

  • Sep 21st, 2002 at 9: 08 pm oooooh, climbing DOWN from the roof to a window, gotcha, downclimbing is horribly dangeorus, you simply cant see whats below you.

    Story on Billy Dean's Falling Death at cvillenews.com

  • I also did a friendly old 5.7 I know well, and ran up and down a 5.6 for the downclimbing practice.

    mama says you gotta go to the baptist fashion show

  • After that, I went and did some drill -- feet only on the slab wall, and then climbing and downclimbing on the bunny wall.

    if you don't like my peaches, baby, why you wanna shake my tree?

  • Then I did a little bit of work no-hands and then downclimbing on the slab wall, and called it a night.

    she got a six foot pitchfork. i see the wrecking ball.

  • I had a pretty good night at the climbing gym -- including being smart enough to stop doing hard stuff when my shoulder started to hurt, and just go out to the slab wall and work on climbing up and then downclimbing.

    "Great. More drinking on the job."

  • The most dangerous part of this endeavor is the downclimbing, as often there is a psychological let-down of attention post-summit, leading to a missed clip or a stumble with the crampon points and either one can kill you quickly here.

    Count Your Blessings

  • The most dangerous part of this endeavor is the downclimbing, as often there is a psychological let-down of attention post-summit, leading to a missed clip or a stumble with the crampon points and either one can kill you quickly here.

    Count Your Blessings

  • The most dangerous part of this endeavor is the downclimbing, as often there is a psychological let-down of attention post-summit, leading to a missed clip or a stumble with the crampon points and either one can kill you quickly here.

    Count Your Blessings

  • The most dangerous part of this endeavor is the downclimbing, as often there is a psychological let-down of attention post-summit, leading to a missed clip or a stumble with the crampon points and either one can kill you quickly here.

    Count Your Blessings

  • The most dangerous part of this endeavor is the downclimbing, as often there is a psychological let-down of attention post-summit, leading to a missed clip or a stumble with the crampon points and either one can kill you quickly here.

    Count Your Blessings

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