sawed

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English[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

Regular addition of the past tense suffix -ed to saw.

Verb[edit]

sawed

  1. simple past tense and past participle of saw

Etymology 2[edit]

Nonstandard addition of -ed to saw, which is already a strong past tense form of see.

Verb[edit]

sawed

  1. (dialectal, often humorous) simple past tense of see
    • 1903, Darnley: Or, The Field of the Cloth of Gold:
      "Yes, yes, el Pero! that was himself!" cried the captain; "I sawed him at the ale-house at Penzance with my own eye."

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