What is the past tense of bail out?

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The past tense of bail out is bailed out.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of bail out is bails out.

The present participle of bail out is bailing out.

The past participle of bail out is bailed out.

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Captain Heily believes he must have been at 250-or 300-ft when he bailed out.
The theme park was bailed out by Saudi royalty ten years ago and the company's future is again dependent on its shareholders.
It was on the 19th nine years ago, right to the hour, that I bailed out of the Super Corsair.
It was obvious to the airmen that, with its fuel almost spent, the aircraft had been set on automatic pilot and the crew bailed out.
It is a matter of public record that some airlines have had to be bailed out by their governments.
I was skating this rail and I tried to backside lipslide it, and when I bailed out I kind of landed backwards and hit my head so hard.

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