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Peddle means “to sell.” Peddled is the past tense and past participle of that verb.

Petals are the colorful part of a flower.

A pedal is a part of a bicycle, and pedaled is the past tense and past participle of the verb for operating a bicycle.

Example: He collected petals from the sidewalk in front of the flower shop to decorate his display and then pedaled his bike to the park where he peddled watches for a living.

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