What is the past tense of legalise?

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The past tense of legalise is legalised.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of legalise is legalises.

The present participle of legalise is legalising.

The past participle of legalise is legalised.

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In a legalised environment, cafes would keep weed off the streets, and out of the way of disapprovers.
The wraps were taken off art unions and other kinds of raffles, and NSW even legalised poker machines.
If abortion is legalised, what else is acceptable using the same sort of arguments?
If cannabis was legalised then health risks would not be such a major issue!
In Victoria, in contrast, race clubs had legalised bookmakers and banned the tote.
In the bad old days, some companies were little more than legalised charlatans.

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