What is the past tense of swing?

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The past tense of swing is swang (archaic and dialectal) or swung.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of swing is swings.

The present participle of swing is swinging.

The past participle of swing is swung or swungen.

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I swang the censer and drank deep of the incense fumes as I chanted in Syriac the service.
His brothers had long been awaiting him, and swang down gladly from their sleeping-bowers in the trees.
This was accounted for by the fact that the light of swang was not half as intense as that of the outer sun in the tropics.
The door was locked, but he rapped on it softly for several minutes and finally it swung open.
Laughing she swung to the ground with the family dog yipping at the bottom.
She reined in her horse at the gates and swung down, jamming one of the keys into the padlock on the gate.

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