We get down on all fours and clamber along a 40-foot fallen log.
Just gaining entry was difficult, and in many cases firefighters had to clamber up and lower themselves through windows.
All went well until the boat came under the lee of the steamer, and the men were about to clamber up the sides.
You can clamber on the snowdrift, Peony, and reach them easily.
I believe that they clamber up the wire with their claws, walk along the tight-rope and bite the cabbage off with their teeth.
She was trying to clamber through a trellis of iron and splintered wood.
It is extremely difficult to clamber up the rough sides of an African kopje.
"Very well," he agreed, and he permitted her to help him clamber up into the saddle.
How on earth did you manage to clamber on to the carriage when it was going at such a pace, while you were on a bike?
Curses follow you as you clamber out, and drop into the middle way.
"to climb with difficulty using hands and feet," late 14c., possibly frequentative of Middle English climben "to climb" (preterit clamb), or akin to Old Norse klembra "to hook (oneself) on." Related: Clambered; clambering.