What is the past tense of fail to hear?

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The past tense of fail to hear is failed to hear.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of fail to hear is fails to hear.

The present participle of fail to hear is failing to hear.

The past participle of fail to hear is failed to hear.

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Have you failed to hear a word he's said since he swept you off your perfectly pedicured feet and into the nearest watering hole?
He was a listener, he had always been a listener, and he never failed to hear her out.
He had heard something which her duller ears had failed to hear.
On May 22, a trial had to be aborted when the jury heard inadmissible evidence by mistake after a garda giving that evidence had failed to hear the judge's order.
Over his own grunts and snarls, he failed to hear the snap of the trigger mechanism.
And it was ear-plugs that enabled me to win my game against the Russian Grandmaster when I failed to hear his draw offer and he blundered on his next move.

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