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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Griffin looked at his stomach, seeing that his own knife was jabbed into his guts.
As he talked he jabbed the lit end of his cigar into the air as though he were punctuating his sentences by burning periods in the air.
Pet quickly jabbed once he got into striking distance to catch Collis off guard.
Pushing forth, he jabbed the head of the weapon into the greaves of the incoming phalanx.
He jabbed the air a couple of times, as if he were fencing, before swinging his sword round his head like a slingshot.
I jabbed a thumb in the opposite direction where an identical car was parked.

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