You know this word, clamber, but do you use it abstractly? It's such a fantastic visual image.
This word probably comes from "climb," in the same way that "chatter" comes from "chat" and "glimmer" comes from "gleam."
"As a species, we clamber for places where there are natural materials all around us."
Explain the meaning of "clamber" without saying "scramble" or "climb awkwardly."
Edward Arlington Robinson wrote:
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1. A near opposite of CLAMBER is
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