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- “Grit” vs “gritted” 1 answer
"He gritted his teeth."
I can't tell if gritted is correct because both gritted and grit don't sound right to me in this sentence.
The dictionary says that both grit and gritted are the past tense. (Nowhere does it say 'grot' btw)
In the grit vs gritted they're asking which one is correct when they both technically are and the answers for it aren't useful to me, plus I am asking how it fits in t h i s sentence because I know grit can fit into other sentences, but I wasn't sure if it would fit in mine.