Clamber in a sentence

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clamber;

[verb , noun] To climb slowly; An awkward climb;

The kid clambered onto the roof to get the ball.

The boys clambered up the tree to get some apples.

Reaching the top was a real clamber.

She clambered up a fence, which she estimated at more than twice her height, and tumbling to the other side.

My daughters clambered all over me to check out this new thing I’d brought into the house.

A small boy clambered from a cellar wall into an garden.

Elizabeth, 19 months old, clambered up front to the driver’s seat and put her little hands on the steering wheel, giving it a tug.

All down the train, people are clambering from the platform directly onto the train roof.