What is the past tense of plead?

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The past tense of plead is pleaded or pled (Canada).

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of plead is pleads.

The present participle of plead is pleading.

The past participle of plead is pleaded or pled (Canada).

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At an earlier hearing Hillier, of no fixed abode, pleaded guilty to burglary.
Seven men have pleaded guilty to conspiracy to burglary, and another is wanted by police.
The said proposal was wholly contrary to the agreement or common understanding pleaded above.
If pardon was not pled, the House of Lords issued a writ of certiorari commanding the King's Bench Court to send the case up to it.
Abu Ghaithm, who has pled not guilty, is the highest-ranking al-qaida figure to face trial in the U.S. since the 2001 attacks.
She had pled with him before, and knelt and wept and abased herself before him.

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