What is the past tense of hold up to ridicule?

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The past tense of hold up to ridicule is held up to ridicule.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of hold up to ridicule is holds up to ridicule.

The present participle of hold up to ridicule is holding up to ridicule.

The past participle of hold up to ridicule is held up to ridicule.

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For a long time golfers were held up to ridicule for their attempts at fashion.
This type was held up to ridicule and made a coward as well as a rodomont, as in the circumstances was only natural.
No diplomat anywhere is likely to turn the other cheek if his president is held up to ridicule in a public forum.

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