What is the past tense of flagellate?

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The past tense of flagellate is flagellated.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of flagellate is flagellates.

The present participle of flagellate is flagellating.

The past participle of flagellate is flagellated.

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Even multicellular chromists, like brown algae and water molds, produce flagellated zoospores of this type.
Why, such men as that English duke whom the lecturer gripped and flagellated.
At last the flagellated beauty allows herself to be touched by the charm attendant on his thumps.
These produce flagellated anisogamous gametes that are released into the water to find each other.
Henry showed his sorrow for Becket's death by having him-self flagellated by 70 monks in Canterbury cathedral.
He flagellated himself for eighty and nine years, every day and night of which was a battle with the visions.

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