ed as in wagged

These are past tense/past participles. We double a last consonant before adding a past tense “ed” to make it clear that the vowel is pronounced as a “short” or “checked” vowel: a as in canned (not caned), e as in hemmed (not hemed), i as in shinned (not shined), o as in lobbed (not lobed), u as in shunned (not shuned).

buzzed

culled

dolled

dulled

felled

fizzed

fuzzed

gulled

hulled

jazzed

jelled

lolled

lulled

mulled

razzed

rolled

shelled

tolled

welled

yelled

bagged

banned

begged

bobbed

bogged

bugged

canned

chugged

dabbed

dimmed

dobbed

dubbed

fanned

fibbed

fobbed

gagged

gummed

gunned

hammed

hemmed

hogged

hugged

hummed

jabbed

jammed

jigged

jogged

lobbed

logged

lugged

manned

mobbed

mugged

nabbed

nagged

panned

penned

pigged

pinned

rammed

ribbed

rigged

robbed

rubbed

sagged

shammed

shinned

shunned

sinned

sobbed

summed

sunned

tabbed

tagged

tanned

thinned

tinned

tugged

wagged

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