What is the past tense of take stock of?

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The past tense of take stock of is took stock of.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of take stock of is takes stock of.

The present participle of take stock of is taking stock of.

The past participle of take stock of is taken stock of.

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I put on my rose-colored glasses and took stock of my abode.
Then he sat down on a bale of hay and took stock of his misfortunes.
But I took stock of what our real assets were, not just bricks and mortar, but what we had.
With rapid glances he took stock of the women, dived into their very souls.
We soon reached his cave, but he was out shepherding, so we went inside and took stock of all that we could see.
He took stock of the small contingent assigned the unpleasant task of burial detail.

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