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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfoughtfought /fɔːt $ fɒːt/  the past tense and past participle of fight
Examples from the Corpus
foughtBut in the end it shows total respect for the people who fought and died.Byers Green was designated category D. Peggy Hutchinson objected and fought and saved it from demolition.The people have fought him on the island, in the park and now on the freeway.Men from the village had fought in two world wars.He fought many battles with the early Labour party in Lancaster and discrimination against socialist employees was alleged.She fought the battle for equity in officiating last year, and hoped to see good things come of it this season.And leaders have always fought the context.Their sons fought the Viet-nam War, and many did not return.