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Synonyms for clamber

Synonyms for clamber

to move or climb hurriedly, especially on all fours


Synonyms for clamber

an awkward climb

Related Words

climb awkwardly, as if by scrambling

References in classic literature ?
Nothing would keep him on his perch; he must clamber down, comment upon the pebble in the door (which he regarded as an ingenious but unsafe device), help John with the portmanteau, and enliven matters with a flow of speech, and especially of questions, which I thus condense:-
I had to clamber down a shaft of perhaps two hundred yards.
He was opposite the forward end of the cabin, while I was attempting to clamber aboard near the vessel's stern.
To clamber up that slim shaft without dragging Ja down and precipitating both to the same doom from which the copper-colored one was attempting to save me seemed utterly impossible, and as I came near the spear I told Ja so, and that I could not risk him to try to save myself.
I was just about to clamber along the jagged rocks which lie at the base of the cliff next to the sea, in search of some foothold to the top, when I chanced to see a canoe rounding the end of the island.
Again the man shuddered, but he hastened to make fast the flier, clamber again to its deck and lower it to the floor of the enclosure.