What is the past tense of irk?

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The past tense of irk is irked.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of irk is irks.

The present participle of irk is irking.

The past participle of irk is irked.

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The inaction of the police in this case has irked many concerned citizens of the State.
Lillian watched her stand on the edge of a gray boarded dock playing with seagulls and a particularly irked crab.
Don't get too irked at me for not mentioning this until after making you slog through all my instructions on building policies the hard way.
So I have been somewhat irked to find myself being bedeviled with calls from so-called endowment ambulance-chasers.
Brown has always said he is an honest guy, but even mild-mannered Donnelly was irked by Brown continuously sugaring the pill.
Although he had irked her so, she had to admit he handled her with such finesse that aroused her admiration.

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