Clamber – meaning of the word and examples

To climb, using both feet and hands; climb with effort or difficulty. (Dictionary.com)

To climb up, across, or into somewhere with difficulty, using the hands and the feet. (Cambridge Dictionary)

To climb awkwardly (as by scrambling) (Merriam – Webster)

If you clamber somewhere you climb there with difficulty, usually using your hands as well as your feet. (Collins Dictionary)

Examples

Clamber flickr 

https://www.flickr.com/photos/lachlanhardy/1391318267
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Clamor vs clamber.

https://grammarist.com/usage/clamor-vs-clamber/

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