Third-person singular simple present indicative form of past. (verb)
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Use "pasts" in a sentence
"So now the two franchises are meeting in the postseason for the first time since, and the contrast between their pasts is an easy story line."
"Early on, one of the characters mentions her fondness for going into a movie when it's halfway through, because speculating on peoples 'pasts is more interesting than imagining their futures, and likewise the book proceeds backwards, beginning shortly after the war and then going back to two points in the midst of it."
"To an even greater extent than in the previous chapter, my methodology for exploring the historical meanings of women's tattoos combines oral history with the insights of feminist archaeologists, particularly those who have tried to tease out the less easily accessible byways of women's pasts from the tracks of social and spatial relationships embedded in feminine material culture."