What is the past tense of terrorise?

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The past tense of terrorise is terrorised.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of terrorise is terrorises.

The present participle of terrorise is terrorising.

The past participle of terrorise is terrorised.

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Vickery has done little to suggest he is the same man who once terrorised the fields of world rugby under the alias of Raging Bull.
Whether the display is at 2pm or 2am is immaterial to animals, most of whom are terrorised by the sudden and loud bangs.
In many countries people are victimised, terrorised, disappeared or tortured, for publicly, or even privately, expressing dissent.
The last festival I went to was terrorised by drunken yobbos and violent episodes.
A witness to the robberies said the victims were terrorised by their attackers and were visibly shaking with fear.
Whatever the cause, I discovered that I was terrorised and was behaving in ways that were both irrational and abhorrent.
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