What is the past tense of bathe?

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The past tense of bathe is bathed.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of bathe is bathes.

The present participle of bathe is bathing.

The past participle of bathe is bathed.

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Beautiful harmonies, including an ending Latin prayer, are bathed in a delicate blanket of accordions and Spanish guitars.
It is a sumptuously executed slice of pop, both cosy-toed and lolloping as it sweetly cascades a deliciously warmly bathed fuzzy-felt homeliness.
Daisies usually call to mind open, dry fields bathed in sun, but ragwort is one daisy that thrives in shaded, wet soil.
True to her word though she died on the Sunday morning, bathed in the radiant light of a spring sunrise.
If only all nature, all humanity were bathed in a rosy glowing radiancy and life for the future seemed naught but buoyancy and light.
I cleaned and scrubbed, washed and purified, showered and bathed and sponged and splashed.
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