Simple past tense and past participle of plane.(verb)
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Use "planed" in a sentence
"It had all the things that go to make the best farm-kitchens: such as red bricks and heavy smoke-blackened beams, and a deep hearth with a great fire on it and settles inside, from which one could look up at the chimney-shaft to the sky, and clay pipes and spills alongside, and a muller for wine or beer; and hams and sides of bacon and strings on onions and bunches of herbs; much pewter, and a copper warming-pan, and brass candlesticks, and a grandfather clock; a cherrywood dresser and wheelback chairs polished with age; and a great scrubbed oaken table to seat a harvest-supper, planed from a single mighty plank."
"Just like that guy in new york city planed an attack."
"Just last year, the organizer of a "Tea Party" protest in Virginia planed to burn House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Rep. Tom Perriello in effigy next weekend at a rally."