What is the past tense of strike at the foundations?

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The past tense of strike at the foundations is struck at the foundations.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of strike at the foundations is strikes at the foundations.

The present participle of strike at the foundations is striking at the foundations.

The past participle of strike at the foundations is stricken at the foundations.

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