Definitions

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  • verb transitive To climb again.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ climb

Examples

  • And so I jumped at your analogy, ignoring the Neibuhrian incongruity between individual and nation that makes earning our way off our meds something for individuals to aspire to, but for nations never to finally accomplish, each succeeding generation needing to reclimb that mountain anew, given base human nature.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “Activist Government” and the Rights of Minorities

  • She had had to back down to the bottom of the hill and reclimb it in first gear at a steady three and a half miles per hour.

    Here Comes Another Lesson

  • And so I jumped at your analogy, ignoring the Neibuhrian incongruity between individual and nation that makes earning our way off our meds something for individuals to aspire to, but for nations never to finally accomplish, each succeeding generation needing to reclimb that mountain anew, given base human nature.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “Activist Government” and the Rights of Minorities

  • Other times, I could find nothing and would have to reclimb my ropes and search higher.

    From Gym Rat to Alpinist: Liz's Scary Final Exam

  • During that epic, we climbed over 15,000 feet vertical in twenty-four hours we had to reclimb the peak to retrieve our gear and went sixty-six hours without sleeping due to the storms.

    127 Hours

  • During that epic, we climbed over 15,000 feet vertical in twenty-four hours we had to reclimb the peak to retrieve our gear and went sixty-six hours without sleeping due to the storms.

    127 Hours

  • During that epic, we climbed over 15,000 feet vertical in twenty-four hours we had to reclimb the peak to retrieve our gear and went sixty-six hours without sleeping due to the storms.

    127 Hours

  • During that epic, we climbed over 15,000 feet vertical in twenty-four hours we had to reclimb the peak to retrieve our gear and went sixty-six hours without sleeping due to the storms.

    Between a Rock and a Hard Place

  • She braced herself to go back into the house, to reclimb the stairs and go into another bedroom.

    Gone with the Wind

  • She braced herself to go back into the house, to reclimb the stairs and go into another bedroom.

    Gone with the Wind

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