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Another word for climb

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Verb
  1. To move upward on or along

    See also:

    rise

  2. To move from a lower to a higher position

      1. To result or spring (from)
      2. To result, issue, or proceed:
      3. To get up, as from a sitting or prone position; rise.
      1. To move upward upon or along; climb:
      2. To proceed from a lower to a higher level or degree, as in rank, pitch, etc.
      3. To go or move upward; rise:
      1. To hold up; support high in the air
      2. To raise in rank, condition, dignity, spirits, etc.; bring to a higher level; elevate; exalt
      3. To rise; ascend.
      1. To set in a raised position:
      2. To go upward; rise:
      3. To climb or ascend:
      1. To cause to rise, as birds from cover or a fish to the surface of the water
      2. To puff up or become larger; swell up:
      3. To cause to rise:
      1. To glide along without engine power, maintaining or gaining altitude on currents of air
      2. To rise or fly high into the air
      3. To rise well above the usual or ordinary level or bounds; be elevated
    See also:

    rise

  3. To attain a higher status, rank, or condition

    See also:

    increase

    rise

Noun
  1. The act of moving upward on or along

    See also:

    rise

Another word for climb

Noun
  1. The act of climbing

    See also:

    rise

  2. An ascending place

      1. An inclined line, surface, plane, position, or direction.
      2. A stretch of ground forming a natural or artificial incline:
      3. A piece of ground that is not flat or level; rising or falling ground; specif., a portion of the side of a hill or mountain
      1. An inclined surface; a slope or gradient:
      2. An inclined plane or surface; slope; grade; slant
      1. Occasion or opportunity:
      2. (Informal) An angry or irritated reaction:
      3. An origin, beginning, or source:
    See also:

    grade

    hill

Verb
  1. To ascend

      1. To rise well above the usual or ordinary level or bounds; be elevated
      2. To fly, sail, or glide along high in the air
      3. To glide along without engine power, maintaining or gaining altitude on currents of air
      1. To grow or increase rapidly, often to the point of becoming unmanageable, as prices or wages
      2. To increase, enlarge, or intensify:
      3. To pass (a transaction or case) on to a higher level in an organizational hierarchy:
      1. To cause to slope:
      2. To cause to slope
      3. To diverge from the vertical or horizontal; incline:
    See also:

    rise

  2. To mount