How do you cross out a message in discord?

How do you cross out a message in discord?

You can cross out text in Discord by using the tilde key available on physical and digital keyboards. By placing two tildes on either side of your text in Discord, you can cross out that text. If you're using the desktop or browser version of Discord, you can also cross out text using a context menu.

What is the past tense of strike through?

The past tense of strike through is struck through. The third-person singular simple present indicative form of strike through is strikes through. The present participle of strike through is striking through. The past participle of strike through is struck through or stricken through.

What is the future tense of strike?

Iwill strike
youwill strike
he, she, itwill strike
wewill strike

What is the present form of struck?

Word forms: plural, 3rd person singular present tense strikes , present participle striking , past tense, past participle struck , past participle stricken language note: The form struck is the past tense and past participle.

What struck you the most meaning?

The meaning of the phrase is simply "what is most apparent or evident to me." – Sven Yargs Feb 21 '16 at 9:00.

Is struck a present tense?

Word forms: strikes, striking, struck, strickenlanguage note: The form struck is the past tense and past participle. The form stricken can also be used as the past participle for meanings [sense 5] and , [sense 13].

Is it correct to say costed?

In the most common case, the past and part participle of "cost" are both simply "cost." "Today, it costs $189.

Is hurted a word?

"Hurted" is verb in past tense of "hurt",while it can't ornament the subject"I". If you still cant understand ,dont hesitate to ask me. Hope I can help you more or less.:) I got hurt, "hurted" is not a word.

Is costed correct grammar?

Both cost and costed can be used; it depends on the sense in which you use them. if you use the verb cost as a linking verb to imply to have an amount of money as a price, then it doesn't change in all the tense forms i.e. the present, past, past participle. For example, it costs/cost/has cost me five dollars.