What is the past tense of lay down the law?

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The past tense of lay down the law is laid down the law.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of lay down the law is lays down the law.

The present participle of lay down the law is laying down the law.

The past participle of lay down the law is laid down the law.

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Looks like the governor's laid down the law about the guards getting too lax, so we have to be damned careful.
Priscilla Chan laid down the law for the Facebook founder when they were dating.
He concluded this sentence with a self-important cough, as one who has laid down the law in an indisputable manner.

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