What is the past tense of fable?

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The past tense of fable is fabled.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of fable is fables.

The present participle of fable is fabling.

The past participle of fable is fabled.

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It all begins in the fabled land of Albion, where our young hero must notch up three good deeds to raise money to buy his sister a birthday gift.
Our heroine goes in search of the fabled Pandora's Box in order to stop a bio-weapons baron opening it up.
But I did witness firsthand the fabled white noise that they pipe in to calm those nervous programmers.
Was this the fabled yeti, terrorizing another doomed high-altitude expedition?
At first, this may seem as magical as the fabled alchemy that could turn any substance to gold.
The jagged Caucasus reared above these lush hills and even before Mestia it was clear that Svaneti's fabled splendour was no exaggeration.

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