What is the past tense of dab?

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The past tense of dab is dabbed.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of dab is dabs.

The present participle of dab is dabbing.

The past participle of dab is dabbed.

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The incision was carefully sutured and the wound dabbed with 0.2 per cent gentian violet solution and boric acid powder.
She rummaged in her reticule for a vinaigrette, dabbed her handkerchief with it and pressed the handkerchief to her nose.
Her blue eyes were emphasized by smoky eye shadow and her lips were full and pouty from the gloss dabbed on them.
She closed her lips together when swallowing and dabbed her mouth when necessary to clear any excessive spillage from her lips.
Beth quickly ran a hairbrush through her blonde hair and dabbed on the tiniest bit of make-up.
Her heart-shaped face was now dabbed with a few tears, her mouth formed in a sulky pout.

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