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    past tense of word sew?

    Every dictionary lists the principle parts of irregular verbs

    sew (s)v.

    sewed
    , <-- past tense

    sewn
    (sn) or sewed, <-- past participle

    sew·ing
    <-- present participle

    - In the prison novel On The Yard, one of the inmates sewed scraps of cloth into a hot-air balloon to use as an escape device.
    .: On The Yard Malcolm Braly


    Idiom Shortage Leaves Nation All Sewed Up In Horse Pies | The Onion - America's Finest News Source

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