What is the past tense of aid and abet?

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The past tense of aid and abet is aided and abetted.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of aid and abet is aids and abets.

The present participle of aid and abet is aiding and abetting.

The past participle of aid and abet is aided and abetted.

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This is all aided and abetted by the amazing assertion that hard work of necessity brings rewards.
And history has examples of how universities, by becoming mere mouthpieces of government, have aided and abetted dictatorships.
Emily's success is aided and abetted by her mum, Deirdre, who crews for Emily at all the rides.
He was aided and abetted by a one-time car salesman whose verbal skills and shady book-keeping saw him become a kingmaker and bagman.
This racketeering ring is aided and abetted by some corrupt police and licensing officials buttressed by some crooked bank employees.
I still think it was a plucky thing to do though, even if they were aided and abetted by the Bizzies.

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