Examples from the Web for climber
Gripping a stone the size of a grapefruit, he strode toward Ueli Steck, a Swiss climber who had offended him.
And besides, the climber who goes over is always more exciting than the walker who goes around.Letter to a Young Critic: William Giraldi Defends True Criticism|William Giraldi|September 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
When the climber and surfer became a father, his culinary skills were a notch above “pasta boiler.”Father’s Day 2012 Gift Ideas: 13 Best Books for Dad|The Daily Beast|June 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It is more highly cultivated and more civilised than a climber with a proper sense of his calling could possibly approve of.Climbing in The British Isles, Vol. II|W. P. Haskett Smith
Then great Blacksnake, “The Climber,” offered to go for fire.
The goat is a climber and affects the heights, while the sheep also prefers short grass to the richer pastures suited to kine.
The climber stretched forth a long arm and wrenched away this cylinder.Jewels of Gwahlur|Robert E. Howard
The sun sinks while the climber walks round his mountain, looking for the best way up.An Edinburgh Eleven|J. M. Barrie
British Dictionary definitions for climber
Word Origin and History for climber
early 15c., "one who climbs," agent noun from climb (v.). Of plants, from 1630s.