So Little John clambered
awkwardly into the quire, his short gown fluttering gaily; and he called the banns for the marriage of the maid and Allan-a-Dale once, twice, and thrice.
A soldier clambered
miraculously over mounds of dead bodies and heaps of ice.
This operation concluded, they hastily clambered
over her sides, sliding down the guy ropes to the ground.
herself, quite ready to sail so soon as they should have clambered
aboard and swung the long boat to its davits.
I went to the central staircase which opened on to the platform, clambered
up the iron steps, and found myself on the upper part of the Nautilus.
For a minute he scarcely realised what this meant, and, although the heat was excessive, he clambered
down into the pit close to the bulk to see the Thing more clearly.
The news of the arrival of the Pharaon had not yet reached the old man, who, mounted on a chair, was amusing himself by training with trembling hand the nasturtiums and sprays of clematis that clambered
over the trellis at his window.
Few could refrain from twisting their heads towards the door; many stood upright, and turned directly about; while several little boys clambered
upon the seats, and came down again with a terrible racket.
Even Charley, lawless as he was, seemed to feel that this venerable chair must not be clambered
upon nor overturned, although he had no scruple in taking such liberties With every other chair in the house.
The wall seemed to have no door, nor any windows, but rose up, lofty, and massive, and mysterious, and was neither to be clambered
over, nor, as far as Theseus could perceive, to be passed through.
When we officers clambered
at last upon the poop, he seemed to come out of that numbed composure, and shouted to us down wind: "Try the pumps.
Sam's curiosity was now fully aroused, so leaving his skiff he clambered
silently up a ridge that overlooked their path.
The natural platform to which we had clambered
was thickly overgrown with brambles, through which we soon discovered that it would have been impossible to force our way but for the scythe; and Jupiter, by direction of his master, proceeded to clear for us a path to the foot of an enormously tall tulip-tree, which stood, with some eight or ten oaks, upon the level, and far surpassed them all, and all other trees which I had then ever seen, in the beauty of its foliage and form, in the wide spread of its branches, and in the general majesty of its appearance.
Rushing to the building, it perceived the lightning rod, clambered
up with inconceivable agility, grasped the shutter, which was thrown fully back against the wall, and, by its means, swung itself directly upon the headboard of the bed.
He slipped it through a loop of rope at the dory's bow, caught Dan's tackle, hooked it to the stern-becket, and clambered
into the schooner.