What is the past tense of have the guts?

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The past tense of have the guts is had the guts.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of have the guts is has the guts.

The present participle of have the guts is having the guts.

The past participle of have the guts is had the guts.

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Later that year Nudie asked another prospective customer, Lefty Frizzel, whether he had the guts to wear a suit with rhinestones on it.
If you had the guts to buy during this period, it was hard to make many investing mistakes.
But those who had the guts to get close say that both the horses are docile and riding them is a wonderful experience.

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