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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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I climbed, and as I went the rays of the sun lit upon her face, and I rejoiced to see them.
I turned to go, then found another mind, and climbed down into the cleft, pushing aside the ferns.
I climbed the topmost summit, And my gaze swept far and wide For the garden roof where my brother stood, And I fancied that he sighed: My brother serves as a soldier With his comrades night and day; But my brother is wise, and may yet return, Though the dead lie far away.
Immediately the hair fell down and the king's son climbed up.
Well, this was a figure of a cat," said Jim, "and she WENT down, anyhow, whether she climbed or crept.
Nikita again climbed out and again trudged about in the snow.
When he reached the ground he skirted the base of the bluff and climbed up and into his own cave.
He even climbed over the canon-lip to look along the brow of the hill for signs of the outcrop.
The Ant climbed onto it and floated in safety to the bank.
she thought, more amused than frightened at her sudden change of condition; and then, as the coop climbed up to the top of a big wave, she looked eagerly around for the ship from which she had been blown.
As the lion climbed slowly toward him, Tarzan sought higher branches; but to his chagrin, he discovered that it was with the utmost difficulty that he could climb at all.
Seeing himself lost, he climbed up a giant pine tree and sat there to see what he could see.
It seemed to be against the law of nature, by which everything hath a right to liberty; nay, it is even unchristian, for it is not doing what we would be done by; but if I had imagined Miss Sophia would have been so much concerned at it, I am sure I never would have done it; nay, if I had known what would have happened to the bird itself: for when Master Jones, who climbed up that tree after it, fell into the water, the bird took a second flight, and presently a nasty hawk carried it away.
And climbed I mountains, WHOM did I ever seek, if not thee, upon mountains?
Swinging his scythe just as ever, and moving his feet in their big, plaited shoes with firm, little steps, he climbed slowly up the steep place, and though his breeches hanging out below his smock, and his whole frame trembled with effort, he did not miss one blade of grass or one mushroom on his way, and kept making jokes with the peasants and Levin.