Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of reclimb.

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Examples

  • The buggy only grazed the sand, then began reclimbing the crater.

    Tales of Known Space

  • There was certainly no descending to the bottom of that cut and reclimbing the rock face on the other side.

    Storm Over Warlock

  • Eventually, I found that I could reach that point again but only by taking it one step at a time and reclimbing a ladder.

    Beyond Meds

  • Eventually, I found that I could reach that point again but only by taking it one step at a time and reclimbing a ladder.

    Beyond Meds

  • Climbing onto Rune’s back appeared at that moment as daunting as reclimbing the mountain she’d just descended.

    Raven Speak

  • Climbing onto Rune’s back appeared at that moment as daunting as reclimbing the mountain she’d just descended.

    Raven Speak

  • Climbing onto Rune’s back appeared at that moment as daunting as reclimbing the mountain she’d just descended.

    Raven Speak

  • Climbing onto Rune’s back appeared at that moment as daunting as reclimbing the mountain she’d just descended.

    Raven Speak

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