clamber up (something)

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clamber up (something)

To climb something. Everyone else was able to clamber up the rope in gym class, but I struggled, thanks to my scrawny arms.
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clamber up (something)

to climb up something, especially in a particular way. The wall climbers clambered up the wall quickly. Tricia clambered up the ladder and cautiously went down again.
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In a state of fury, she clambers up the ladder herself to make him see sense.
Kelly, 70, a widower who moved from his own boat in Marina del Rey to live on the Lane Victory as an unpaid caretaker, clambers up and down ladders and rigging with the agility of a man less than half his age.