Etymology
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got 

past tense and one past participle form of get (v.).

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held 

Old English heold, past tense and past participle of hold (v.).

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sended 

alternative past tense and past participle of send, attested from late 14c.

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preterite (adj.)

mid-14c., "having to do with the past," from Old French preterit "past tense" (13c.) and directly from Latin praeteritum (as in tempus praeteritum "time past"), past participle of praeterire "to go by, go past," from praeter "beyond, over; more than" (see preter-) + itum, past participle of ire "to go" (from PIE root *ei- "to go").

Grammar sense is late 14c. The word also was a noun in Middle English meaning "past times" (late 14c.). Related: Preteritive. Preterite-present attested from 1813.

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grew 

past tense of grow (v.), from Old English greow, past tense of growan.

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fled 

past tense and past participle of flee (q.v.) and fly (v.2).

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sold 

past tense and past participle of sell (v.); from Old English salde.

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sped 

past tense and past participle of speed (v.); Old English spedde.

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risen 

past participle of rise (v.); Old English gerisen, past participle of risan.

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took 

past tense of take (v.), from late Old English toc, past tense of tacan.

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