What is the past tense of wear?

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The past tense of wear is wore.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of wear is wears.

The present participle of wear is wearing.

The past participle of wear is worn.

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The waitresses served sandwiches cut into triangles of white bread, and wore those black and white uniforms.
The waiters and waitresses wore black trousers or skirts and black T-shirts.
He applied sandal paste on his forehead and wore the sacred thread across his body and was rigorous in the ablutions before prayers.
At that time, women also commonly wore a loose black gown with a gold stripe around the waist and at the hem.
When flying, we wore heavy wool-lined flying gear, and Bernie looked like the Abominable Snowman when suited up.
The teenager wore a knee length, blood red, halter dress with a low and dipping neck line.

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