Hastening down to the vessel, they all clambered
on board, except Prince Theseus, who lingered behind them on the strand, holding Ariadne's hand clasped in his own.
Sam slowly and silently clambered
up the surface of the rock, and raising his head above its naked edge, beheld the villains immediately below him, and so near that though he dreaded discovery he dared not withdraw lest the least movement should be heard.
The gold-seeker, whom I sincerely pitied, at length clambered
from the pit, with the bitterest disappointment imprinted upon every feature, and proceeded, slowly and reluctantly, to put on his coat, which he had thrown off at the beginning of his labor.
The grass wore the deep tint of the cypress, and the heads of its blades hung droopingly, and hither and thither among it were many small unsightly hillocks, low and narrow, and not very long, that had the aspect of graves, but were not; although over and all about them the rue and the rosemary clambered
Here, scrambling over the heads of the crowd, he managed to get to the wall; when, seizing a flambeau from one of the Caryatides, he returned, as he went, to the centre of the room-leaping, with the agility of a monkey, upon the kings head, and thence clambered
a few feet up the chain; holding down the torch to examine the group of ourang-outangs, and still screaming: "I shall soon find out who they are
out upon the sill, but I hesitated to jump until I should have heard what passed between my saviour and the ruffian who pursued me.
At twilight, he clambered
down over the wall into the garden of the enchantress, hastily clutched a handful of rampion, and took it to his wife.
Thurid was the first to reach it, and with the agility of a monkey clambered
swiftly to the boat's deck, where a touch of the button controlling the buoyancy tanks sent the craft slowly upward, though not with the speed that marks the well-conditioned flier.
When they had clambered
aboard, Tarzan dropped to earth behind a great tree and crept to his cabin, keeping it always between himself and the ship.
Pierre went to his groom who was holding his horses and, asking which was the quietest, clambered
onto it, seized it by the mane, and turning out his toes pressed his heels against its sides and, feeling that his spectacles were slipping off but unable to let go of the mane and reins, he galloped after the general, causing the staff officers to smile as they watched him from the knoll.
Well, Ja should know his own business, I thought, and so I grasped the spear and clambered
up toward the red man as rapidly as I could--being so far removed from my simian ancestors as I am.
The forces of Hooja--a great horde of savage Sagoths and primeval cave men--were work-ing their way up the steep cliff-face, their agility but slightly less than that of my captors who had clambered
so nimbly aloft--even he who was burdened by my weight.
He guessed that the ape had either come or gone by way of the break, and while the Arabs hesitated without, he sprang, catlike, for the opening, grasped the top of the wall and clambered
out upon the roof, dropping instantly to the ground at the rear of the hut.
Every day he had returned to it, and while at first it had filled him with considerable awe, he eventually came to look upon it with the accustomed eye of a proprietor, so that he now clambered
into the fuselage and even advanced so far as to wish that he might learn to operate it.
As it touched Tarzan spoke a few low words to Sheeta and Akut, so that before the attacking warriors could draw away there sprang upon them with a blood-freezing scream a huge panther, and into the other end of their canoe clambered
a great ape.