clamber in(to something)(redirected from clambers in)
clamber in(to something)
To climb into something in a lumbering or uncoordinated manner. The bus swayed as the boys clambered into it, whooping and laughing. I opened the door of the van, and everyone tried to clamber in at once.
See also: clamber
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