What is the past tense of carry the day?

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The past tense of carry the day is carried the day.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of carry the day is carries the day.

The present participle of carry the day is carrying the day.

The past participle of carry the day is carried the day.

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Mr. cannel did what he could to keep Paul in the choir, but the Deacon had carried the day.
Somehow he managed to field a team when the odds were stacked against him doing so, but his undivided loyalty ensured that he nearly always carried the day in that regard.
And with one Yuletide exception, this scientifically scrupulous view has carried the day.
The new machines carried the day and the exclusiveness of skilled workers, who had established an almost dynastic monopoly of some crafts, was broken down.
The principle of making use the sole criterion for admission to the pharmacopeia, however, on the whole carried the day.
Such sentiments carried the day even when British troops invaded American soil two decades later.

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