What is the past tense of cancel?

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The past tense of cancel would be cancelled. Example, what would you like to cancel today, versus, I have cancelled my order, it will not be shipped to me.
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The past tense for the word cancel is canceled. Something can be up for cancellation and when they are ready they will cancel it and then it has been canceled.
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Canceled or Cancelled are both considered correct by the American Heritage and Merriam Webster dictionaries.
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