rope ladder

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US Navy 091116-N-1522S-011 A Sailor climbs the Jacob's ladder during a visit, board, search and seizure exercise.jpg

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rope ladder (plural rope ladders)

  1. A flexible ladder, constructed of rope, often with wooden rungs, suspended from the top

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