What is the past tense of play with?

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The past tense of play with is played with.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of play with is plays with.

The present participle of play with is playing with.

The past participle of play with is played with.

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He sat back in the driver's seat and played with the keys, which jingled lightly.
We showed a lot more commitment and one or two of the lads really got their act together and played with a good deal more passion.
Deck Quoits played with quoits made from rope has been a popular pastime on cruise ships for decades.
Kilcummin were confounding the critics as they played with dash and flair, first to every ball as they attacked in waves.
Pat Kelly on the washboard played with ten thimbles on his fingers and gave great rhythm to the band.
Acoustic guitars are strummed hard and fast on some songs, and are played with melodic flair on others.

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