What is the past tense of wear out?

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The past tense of wear out is wore out.

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

The present participle of wear out is wearing out.

The past participle of wear out is worn out.

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Its soundtrack album was one of the first records I owned, and played until the grooves wore out.
I recently upgraded to a new cellphone because my old one just wore out, but I decided not to go the photophone route just yet.
At our first meeting he took the bracelet off his wrist and snapped it onto mine, where it remained until it almost wore out.
Last Saturday the 55-year-old wore out some more sole leather on the anti-war march with up to 100,000 others in Glasgow.
The intensive care unit I used to work in did have the best equipment but once it broke or wore out there was no money to replace it.
But, while people were living longer, they were not working longer, because their bodies wore out.

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