• Definition for "clamber"
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clamber definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To rise with difficulty, particularly on all fours; scramble.
    • To rise with trouble, or with fingers and foot; -- also used figuratively.
    • To climb up with difficulty, specially on all fours; scramble.
    • To climb with difficulty, or with arms and feet; -- in addition used figuratively.
  • noun:
    • a challenging, uncomfortable rise.
    • The work of clambering.
    • The work of clambering or climbing with difficulty.
    • an awkward climb
    • a hard, embarrassing rise.
    • The act of clambering.
    • The work of clambering or climbing with trouble.
    • an awkward rise
  • verb:
    • To climb up anything with trouble, or in a haphazard fashion.
    • To climb one thing with a few trouble, or perhaps in a haphazard style.
    • climb awkwardly, just as if by scrambling
    • rise awkwardly, as though by scrambling
  • verb-transitive:
    • To ascend by climbing with trouble.
    • To ascend by climbing with difficulty.
  • others:
    • To climb up, specially with difficulty or through the use of both of your hands and foot, as with ascending a steep mountain: frequently used figuratively.
    • To ascend by climbing; rise with trouble.
    • To climb up, specially with difficulty or by utilizing both-hands and legs, such as ascending a steep mountain: frequently used figuratively.
    • To ascend by climbing; rise with difficulty.
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