What is the past tense of block up?

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The past tense of block up is blocked up.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of block up is blocks up.

The present participle of block up is blocking up.

The past participle of block up is blocked up.

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Suddenly Rudolf, his mouth blocked up with cracknels, took out a stamp album from under his jacket, and spread it before me.
The ear may also feel blocked up and uncomfortable, with a sense of fullness.
First, we blocked up all the holes in the kitchen with scrunched up pages from the Daily Mirror and Sellotaped all the cupboards shut.
I'm a bit fluey and blocked up this week but never the less glad to be here.
Guffaws and chuckles follow, and they talk about how they blocked up all the entrances except the big door.
Angina happens when the coronary arteries get blocked up with small pieces of fatty material called atheroma.

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