Mr. Wilde clambered to the floor and unlocking the cabinet, took a long square box from the first shelf.
She clambered naked out a third-floor window and hung by her fingertips, intending to let herself drop into the bushes below.
I clambered back to my place and turned to the screen to find that Frankie was now the star.
Wasting no time, the two of them clambered onto the desk, pushing aside the flag of the Soviet Union that covered it.
But then the biggest danger we faced was tripping over the occasional turtle that clambered out of Ladybird Lake.
He clambered over the hurdles that were placed across, and soon reached the scene of the tragedy.
But the two clambered into the half-seen dinghy and pushed off.
Meg loitered a moment watching her, then she clambered over the stile and was off.
With a few added curses he clambered down into the car again.
Guided by the flashes, he clambered up the slope and halted abruptly.
"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.