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to scrape at or grope for something with hands, feet, or clawsI hung there, scrabbling with my feet to find a foothold.
The only sound is that of knives and forks scraping against china.
He had blood on his nose and he had scratched his knees.
He scrambled up a steep bank.
The wolf clawed at the tree and howled the whole night.
He groped in his pocket for his wallet.
They clambered up the steep hill.
The banks are now desperately scrabbling to recover their costs.
Someone inside the building rushed out.
She hastened along the landing to her room.
I excused myself and ran back to the telephone.
The two main groups contended for power.
The two candidates are vying for the support of the New York voters.
the contenders who have been jostling for the top job
jockey for position,
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in the sense of clamber
to climb awkwardly, using hands and feetThey clambered up the steep hill.
in the sense of claw
to scrape, tear, or dig with claws or nailsThe wolf clawed at the tree and howled the whole night.
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