Simple past tense and past participle of sin.(verb)
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Use "sinned" in a sentence
"Since the fall of man [at the beginning of our world] the devil is (ever) sinning (this is the force of "sinneth"; he has sinned from the beginning, is the cause of all sins, and still goes on sinning; present)."
""Woe unto us, that we have sinned", is the inspired rule which connects cause and effect, and binds them together with the chains of God's omnipotence."
"Gibeah, and here (v. 9), O Israel! thou hast sinned from the days of"