noun see clamber

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • clamberer — noun A person who clambers The brave clamberer among the rocky cliffs of the North Sea hears, with a thrill of pleasure at his own daring, the echoes of the gun which has brought to his feet the wild bird whose downy plumage is to minister to the …   Wiktionary

  • clamberer — See clamber. * * * …   Universalium

  • clamberer — clam·ber·er …   English syllables

  • clamberer — m(b)ərə(r) noun ( s) : one that clambers; especially : a clambering plant …   Useful english dictionary

  • clamber — clamberer, n. /klam beuhr, klam euhr/, v.t., v.i. 1. to climb, using both feet and hands; climb with effort or difficulty. n. 2. an act or instance of clambering. [1325 75; ME clambren, equiv. to clamb (akin to CLIMB) + r ER6 + en inf. suffix] *… …   Universalium

  • clamber — intransitive verb (clambered; clambering) Etymology: Middle English clambren; akin to Old English climban to climb Date: 14th century to climb awkwardly (as by scrambling) < clambered over the rocks > • clamberer noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Jubilate Agno — (Latin, Rejoice in the Lamb ) is a religious poem by Christopher Smart, and was written between 1759 and 1763, during Smart s confinement for insanity in St. Luke s Hospital, Bethnal Green, London. The poem was first published in 1939, under the… …   Wikipedia

  • Арди (ардипитек) — …   Википедия

  • clamber — /ˈklæmbə / (say klambuh) verb (i) 1. to climb, using both feet and hands; climb with effort or difficulty. –noun 2. a clambering. {Middle English clambren, clameren, irregularly formed frequentative of climb; compare clamb, obsolete past tense of …   Australian English dictionary

  • clamber — [klam′bər] vi., vt. [ME clambren; akin to ON klembra, Ger (sich) klammern, to hook (oneself) on: for IE base see CLIMB] to climb with effort or clumsily, esp. by using the hands as well as the feet n. a clumsy or hard climb clamberer n …   English World dictionary

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