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-ed suffix creating the previous tense of most English verbsEtymology: Old English -de, -ede, -ode, -ade
-ed suffix forming adjectives possessing or having actually the attributes of: salaried; red-bloodedEtymology: Old English -ede
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Ed(ed),USA pronunciationn.a male provided name, kind ofEdgar
-ed2: a suffix forming the previous participle the weak verbs (he had crossed the river), and of participial adjective indicating a problem or quality resulting from the action of the verb (inflated balloons).
origin, originally questioned Old English -ed, -od, -ad
-ed3: a suffix developing adjectives native nouns:bearded;monied;tender-hearted.
Old English -ede middle English
ed.,edited.pl.eds.edition.pl.eds.editor.education.E.D.,Eastern Department.Governmentelection district.Businessex dividend.Businessexecutive director.
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A.Ed. - Barbarossa - Burton - Gluck - Moses - O.K. - abandoned - abased - abashed - abbreviation - abed - abluted - abovementioned - absent-minded - soaked up - abstracted - welcomed - embraced masons - embraced pairing - accolade - accolated - accomplished - accosted - accredited - accused - accustomed - aciculate - identified - acold - acquainted - acred - aculeate - included entry - included line - included title page - added-value tax - addicted - addlebrained - addlepated - changed - readjusted gross earnings - progressed - advantaged - recommend - afeard - affected - affianced - affiliated - affined - affix
-ed adjectives come after noun-ed followed by a consonant (Is the really possible to hear the d sound?)-ed kind in slit sentence-ed in past indefinite interrogative-ed or -ing-ed vs gift -ed-ed/-es/-s with not collection following-ed/-ing/-ry-ing and -ed clause and also relative clauses-ing or -ed-ing vs gift -ed-ing/-ed-ing/-ed adjectives?...respondents claim(ed) lock know(knew)....(Co-ed and mixed) schools(with) + noun + V-ed15-ed2018 can legally gain f***eda shirtabout 'v-ed' --turned out to deal withabout the connotation the 'cannot it is in v-ed'about "to it is in v-ed"adding "ed" come a noun to type a link adjectiveAdding "ed" to nouns to make adjectives
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