crawl out

crawl out

to get out by crawling. The bears finally woke up and crawled out. In the cave, I injured my leg and I had to crawl out.
See also: crawl, out

crawl out

(from under someone or something) Go to out (from under someone or something).
See also: crawl, out

crawl out (of something)

to get out of something by crawling. The injured man crawled out of the overturned car. Donna crawled out of the cave.
See also: crawl, out
References in classic literature ?
It seemed that he must have lain thus an hour waiting for the thing to crawl out of the dark and end his misery.
As for that, we dragonettes would love to eat you, my child; but unfortunately mother has tied all our tails around the rocks at the back of our individual caves, so that we can not crawl out to get you.
Being reassured by the fact that the creatures could not crawl out of their rock-pockets, the children and the Wizard now took time to examine them more closely.
That put the Dodgers in a five-run hole they weren't about to crawl out of against the untouchable Schmidt.
Espinosa, who was not wearing a seatbelt, was badly injured but able to crawl out of the vehicle and 15 to 20 feet farther into the grove.