What is the past tense of dream?

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The past tense of dream is dreamedUS or dreamtUK.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of dream is dreams.

The present participle of dream is dreaming.

The past participle of dream is dreamedUS or dreamtUK.

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Yet there are surely more things close and dear to the human heart than are dreamed of in Carver's fiction.
It's difficult to resist the feeling that some ideas have been dreamed up by scientists desperate to make a name for themselves at any price.
I dreamed I was in a flowing gown, whisked away on a beautiful black steed, safely encompassed in the arms of a dashing stranger.
I'll finally be able to live that life of debauchery that I always dreamed of.
A prince and a duke dreamed up the idea of a race for non-Czech horses and it soon became an integral part of the European racing calendar.
Even then, he dreamed about working in the restaurant industry and owning his own eatery.

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