While clambering over the fifth wall, he fell and broke his foot.
It being now low water, they could almost reach her by clambering along the rocks.
Men were seen rushing up from below, and clambering on the bulwarks.
We could not wear such in our world, sporting in the waves, swimming into caverns, clambering into sunken ships.
I have been sliding off and clambering on ever since I bade goodbye to Havant.
A few moments more of clambering, and the stranger met the two women at the gate with a gesture of benediction.
Wading in the water, leaping over the stones, clambering on the trunks—aw, dear!
In another moment he had scaled the fence and was clambering awkwardly down the rocks.
Do you see her yonder on the path up the cliff; and who is that clambering after her?
Silver, having to play his part, did not wait to see her re-enter the mansion, but presumed she did so by clambering up the ivy.
"to climb with difficulty using hands and feet," late 14c., possibly frequentative of Middle English climben "to climb" (preterit clamb), or akin to Old Norse klembra "to hook (oneself) on." Related: Clambered; clambering.