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The past tense of saint is sainted.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of saint is saints.

The present participle of saint is sainting.

The past participle of saint is sainted.

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It was a fascinating story and well worth the telling, but is it likely or possible that Davis was really so sainted?
It had been inspired by his wife Matilda II, whom he had married in 1100, the daughter of the sainted Queen Margaret of Scotland.
He is roasted as often as he is sainted, as when these actors discuss their estrangement from him.
The church was founded by an Armorican lady of rank named Canna, who was sainted.
Still, she is hanging my work and will be sainted for it, in a weak moment I might have given her one.
Few today realize the intense devotion to Christ in the early church and in our sainted martyrs.

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