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What is the past tense of pick out?

What's the past tense of pick out? Here's the word you're looking for.

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The past tense of pick out is picked out.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of pick out is picks out.

The present participle of pick out is picking out.

The past participle of pick out is picked out.

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The overall tone is a muted greenish grey, picked out by the stone statue of the Madonna and the abundant foliage.
He picked out Mark O'Brien and the full forward calmly stroked the ball into the net.
Then, he picked out a piece of paper and unfolded the paper that had the word, Dianna written on it.
When I needed new tires for my car, I asked the guy in the tire place if the tires I picked out were all weather radials.
Hallie laid the dress she picked out for the festivities on the bed, careful not to wrinkle the fabric.
By way of comparison, I went to the book shelf and picked out three Ian Fleming books at random.

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