It turns out that the the rules for -ed inflections follow the same pattern: the ending is
wanted minded batted skidded rooted crowded parted waded
stopped kissed barked washed laughed stitched berthed
rubbed seized climbed raged stoned bagged loved brewed (= brood) mouthed filled lied poured (= pawed)
You can also find this information in Wells's Longmans Pronunciation Dictionary under "-ed", p.249 (p.xxx in older editions)
THIS MEANS THAT both -s and -ed inflections follow the same - or at least similar - rules. We could formulate them like this:
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