What is the past tense of urge on?

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The past tense of urge on is urged on.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of urge on is urges on.

The present participle of urge on is urging on.

The past participle of urge on is urged on.

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The jockey urged on the two-year-old just after the three-furlong mark and he won impressively by five lengths.
I am therefore urged on behalf of the applicants to make orders for payment of their legal costs now that the legal position is clear.
Urged on by over 8,000 cheering fans, the Silsden rider went head-to-head with reigning champion Albert Cabestany in the final round.
Those advisers who urged on him an expression of contrition as a way of finding closure met with a blank refusal.
Urged on by the players, the drivers of the mules took some frightening risks.
The football was of the highest standard and urged on by a highly vocal support both teams were giving one hundred percent in pursuit of the title.

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