What is the past tense of put out of one's misery?

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The past tense of put out of one's misery is also put out of one's misery.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of put out of one's misery is puts out of one's misery.

The present participle of put out of one's misery is putting out of one's misery.

The past participle of put out of one's misery is put out of one's misery.

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