What is the past tense of say something about?

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The past tense of say something about is said something about.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of say something about is says something about.

The present participle of say something about is saying something about.

The past participle of say something about is said something about.

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I said something about no cozzies, and she stripped to just underwear and slipped into the water.
Otherwise Hugh would have said something about my hearty agreement to co-host at the State Fair in August.
I think Sir Harry Gibbs said something about the necessity for a contradictor, too, in one of those injunction cases.
They said something about me throwing my money around, proving that I really didn't live there, that I just felt sorry for the people that do.
She said something about purchasing a hat she saw in the milliner's window.
I noticed the rain was pouring down, and for the first time, the instructor said something about the water and the potential for a flameout.
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