What is the past tense of jab?

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The past tense of jab is jabbed.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of jab is jabs.

The present participle of jab is jabbing.

The past participle of jab is jabbed.

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I stepped into the elevator at Nell's and closed my tired eyes as I jabbed at the fourth floor button.
The guy whacked at our van with his stick and jabbed at Austin's face through the glass as Mike drove us away.
Izaeh charged at Aeros and attempted to knock her off her feet, but Aeros back flipped and jabbed at Izaeh.
A tall, menacing African stood by the tracks and jabbed at me with his spear each time I passed.
I stood in front of the mirror and jabbed myself in the eye twice with mascara wand, I was that excited.
All eyes turned to the second item written on the slide, as the studio boss jabbed at it with his cigar.

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