|kavuta englanniksi||clamber, climb, shin|
: The children clambered over the jungle gym with reckless abandon.
*: The narrow street that clambered toward the mill.
*: Thus, sitting where I was, I lit my candle once more, and then clambered across that great coffin which, for two hours or more, had been a mid-wall of partition between me and danger. But to get out of the niche was harder than to get in; for now that I had a candle to light me, I saw that the coffin, though sound enough to outer view, was wormed through and through, and little better than a rotten shell. So it was that I had some ado to get over it, not daring either to kneel upon it or to bring much weight to bear with my hand, lest it should go through.
*: He would clamber about the roof and windows for hours attempting to discover means of ingress, but to the door he paid little attention, for this was apparently as solid as the walls.
*: And in a trice he has clambered onto the kitchen dresser and is reaching for the top shelf.
: Prices climbed steeply.
*: Black vapours climb aloft, and cloud the day.
: They climbed the mountain.
: Climbing a tree
*: A priest clad in a white robe climbs the tree and with a golden sickle cuts the mistletoe, which is caught in a white cloth.
*: She thought she must have been mistaken at first, for none of the scarecrows in Kansas ever wink; but presently the figure nodded its head to her in a friendly way. Then she climbed down from the fence and walked up to it, while Toto ran around the pole and barked.
*: Cutter and Bolan climbed around the furniture and piled into the back of the truck.
*: Make sure that you keep checking to see that everything remains safe throughout the climb.
*: The Mur de Péguère is a savage little climb, its last four kilometres a narrow tunnel of trees and excited spectators urging on the straining riders.
*: I guess the room wasnt so bad, except for the climb to get there. The stairs were destined to be a serious health hazard.
: to shin up a mast