What is the past tense of girdle?

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The past tense of girdle is girdled.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of girdle is girdles.

The present participle of girdle is girdling.

The past participle of girdle is girdled.

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Those with a flat, narrow mount of Venus girdled by the Life Line are cold and unresponsive.
According to their research, the droplets must have condensed from the cooling vapor cloud that girdled the Earth following the impact.
She was girdled up within an inch of her life in a high-waisted dress that had to be made.
It is necessary to resort to inarching when the roots as well as the trunk have been girdled.
Armoured battle tanks girdled a handful of Boeings and uniformed soldiers were conspicuous.
Here is a meadowlark atop a regal walnut, next to it a young nectarine tree girdled with compost.

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