What is the past tense of regret?

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The past tense of regret is regretted.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of regret is regrets.

The present participle of regret is regretting.

The past participle of regret is regretted.

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Charles's father, however, preferred business and sports and regretted that his son had turned out an aesthete and a poet.
I've never been a marcher or a joiner, it's just not my nature, and sometimes I've regretted that.
They paid no attention whatsoever to the opera, so I hope they forked out full whack and regretted it.
He soon regretted that thought, however, as he saw the welts and scars covering her torso.
Judith couldn't resist the gibe and regretted it as soon as Emma rounded on her.
Sidhe never regretted doing it, even if her afterlife had not been as wonderful as she had hoped.

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