What is the past tense of phrase?

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The past tense of phrase is phrased.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of phrase is phrases.

The present participle of phrase is phrasing.

The past participle of phrase is phrased.

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As originally outlined, these research areas were phrased totally in scientific and technological language.
Here is her contribution, as delicately phrased as one might expect in such an august literary journal.
Yes, some criticism is misplaced and should be rejected, but this isn't always the case even with criticism that is badly or rudely phrased.
Although phrased in diplomatic language, this was a clear warning to China not to seek to retake Taiwan by force.
The fact that he's served his time makes no difference given the way the law is phrased.
I phrased it as a sarcastic taunt, but I genuinely wanted to know the answer.

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