What is the past tense of pace?

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The past tense of pace is paced.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of pace is paces.

The present participle of pace is pacing.

The past participle of pace is paced.

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Once she got there, she paced the aisle, scanning the shelves for a home pregnancy test.
The discussion was fast paced and jocular, with nearly all of the jokes at the expense of IMX's desperate competitors.
Part weepy, part thriller, the deliberately paced action is infused with unpredictable psychological insights and spiky dialogue.
This moderately paced, often rugged cross-country junket is for experienced backpackers.
I drove home ashen-faced, where I took a bunch of codeine and paced around the house waiting for it to work.
I walked a little ways back up the drive and paced back and forth under the chestnut tree.

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