What is the past tense of chain up?

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The past tense of chain up is chained up.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of chain up is chains up.

The present participle of chain up is chaining up.

The past participle of chain up is chained up.

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The man had already made sure the pooch in the yard he was about to deliver to was chained up.
They had a huge Alsatian that they kept chained up in the side passage leading to their garden.
She couldn't remember how long she had been chained up, or what day it was.
I'm talking about when Dumbo comes to see his mother but she's all chained up and can't get to him.
It never said exactly what it was he did, but it must have been pretty bad, because he was all chained up.
Houdini could get out of a glass box full of water in a couple of minutes, even chained up and in a straitjacket.
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