What is the past tense of knight?

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The past tense of knight is knighted.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of knight is knights.

The present participle of knight is knighting.

The past participle of knight is knighted.

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Lean was nominated for Oscars for directing, adapting and editing the film, and in June 1984 he was knighted.
He was knighted for this work in 1911, but was forced to retire from foreign service due to adverse affects of the tropics on his health.
A Pembrokeshire man, he established his reputation as a jouster and was knighted at Edward VI's coronation.
Norman Wisdom proved he had earned a place in the nation's heart after being knighted by the Queen at Buckingham Palace.
Rudolph Giuliani, who will soon be knighted by the Queen, is a man who bends the knee to nobody.
A squire could also be knighted on the battlefield, in which a lord simply performed the accolade.

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