In American English, the verb cancel is usually inflected canceled and .... BTW, I'
m from Canada and spell both “travelled” and “cancelled” with two L's.
Feb 9, 2007 ... Okay this has got to be the most idiotic question ever to be asked at WHT... but is
the correct spelling "canceled" or "cancelled"? I have always ...
Feb 24, 2014 ... Cancelled is clearly the dominant form in British English. ... such as color and
flavor, and canceled is the recommended spelling in a Webster's ...
Jun 10, 2014 ... Some Americans spell it cancelled and cancelling, just like signalled ... the
English Oxford dictionary will not recognize the single-L spelling).
Jul 5, 2011 ... Because I'm not as familiar with the canceled spelling, it occasionally triggers a
strange “can-sealed” pronunciation in my head. This is ...
Cancelled definition, to make void; revoke; annul: to cancel a reservation. ... Spell
Syllables. Synonyms; Examples; Word Origin. See more synonyms on ...
Dec 6, 2006 ... Hi, I'm wondering about a phenomenon. The spelling checker of Word 2003 says
"cancelling" is wrong, and it should be "canceling".
verb ( cancels, cancelling, cancelled; US cancels, canceling, canceled ) ...
announce that (a planned event) will not take place: he was forced to cancel his
I checked my handy dictionary and it usually lists the preferred or most common
way of spelling first, and my dictionary has canceled listed before cancelled.
May 26, 2009 ... ... here at work. Can you address the usage of canceled vs. cancelled? ... It does
not mean that it is a correct way to spell it within the US. (BTW ...