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Synonyms for climb

Synonyms for climb

to move upward on or along

to move from a lower to a higher position

to attain a higher status, rank, or condition

the act of moving upward on or along

Synonyms for climb

an upward slope or grade (as in a road)

an event that involves rising to a higher point (as in altitude or temperature or intensity etc

move with difficulty, by grasping

go up or advance

slope upward

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improve one's social status

increase in value or to a higher point


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In the UK there is a strong ethical feeling that the first ascender has the right to name that climb and great effort is taken to do so.
And it's not the best climb in terms of the quality of the rock - it's quite loose, but it is the whole adventure of getting yourself up to Hoy, going down that scary path and then doing the climb and getting yourself back off.
Right now, we're thinking about offering a winter climb of a Colorado 14'er (peak above 14,000 feet) or perhaps mix things up and teach people how to ice climb in Ouray, Colo.
Where the track bends left, climb a stile, walk along a straight grassy track with a hedge to the left and a fence on the right, and continue along the left hand edge of a field to climb two adjacent stiles.
The climb was expected to be completed at midnight and Alain was expected to be the first person to scale the height of the world's tallest building measuring 828 metres.
Maricich has brought groups here on weekends to climb and noticed how the village has become besieged with rubbish.
And then there's lead climbing, which is a little more advanced, because you're protecting yourself (by clipping the rope into carabiners) as you climb.
There's never any pressure to climb higher than you wish, and when you reach your upper limit, resting in your harness until you've acclimatized to the height is often all you'll need to continue.
The paper provides comparison between minimum fuel consumptions cost and minimum flight time cost as a result of transport aircraft climb phase, a part of en route flight.
She notes that in addition to seeing improvements in Austin's core strength and posture, she saw a "lightening in his spirit" after he began to climb two sessions ago.
Kovar even encourages guides not to climb the same tree more than once when possible.
The objective of this study was to examine the effects of an on-sight lead climb on the physiological and psychological demands of the climb in comparison with a subsequent lead climb.
I used to rock climb," Robin said, "but she (Marciana) said, `I don't want to climb rocks.
French police said Ian Jackson, 19, made a mistake with his ropes while abseiling down after a climb in Chamonix, at the foot of Mont Blanc and fell 160ft.
After graduating she took a job in a mining town in the Outback, took up beer and found more rocks to climb.