What is the past tense of get one's bowels in an uproar?

What's the past tense of get one's bowels in an uproar? Here's the word you're looking for.

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The past tense of get one's bowels in an uproar is got one's bowels in an uproar.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of get one's bowels in an uproar is gets one's bowels in an uproar.

The present participle of get one's bowels in an uproar is getting one's bowels in an uproar.

The past participle of get one's bowels in an uproar is gotten one's bowels in an uproar.

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