crawl out

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crawl out

To exit a place or thing on one's hands and knees. The baby will definitely crawl out of the room if you don't put the baby gate up. The kids crawled out of the tunnel and then came running back to us.
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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.
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crawl out

(from under someone or something) Go to out (from under someone or something).
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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.
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A SPIDER crawled out of a wound in a girl of eight's leg two days after she was bitten on a walk in woods.
Then, as she had a bath at her gran's house, the spider crawled out.
So when Charlie finally crawled out from under Chuck's house after that first winter, the first phone call Chuck made was to his grandson.
They had crawled out of the 550-metre cave network in North Yorks because of rising floodwaters.
Frederick Howard Luedtke, 36, on parole for weapons and narcotics violations, was taken into custody after he crawled out of a garage where he had been hiding in the 1000 block of West Avenue N-4.