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The conventional spelling is cancel.
can·cel
[kan-suhl]
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT) [CAN·CELED, CAN·CEL·ING, (ESPECIALLY BRITISH) CAN·CELLED, CAN·CEL·LING.]
1.
to make void; revoke; annul: to cancel a reservation.
2.
to decide or announce that a planned event will not take place; call off: to cancel a meeting.
3.
to mark or perforate (a postage stamp, admission ticket, etc.) so as to render invalid for reuse.
4.
to neutralize; counterbalance; compensate for: His sincere apology canceled his sarcastic remark.
5.
Mathematics. to eliminate by striking out a factor common to both the denominator and numerator of a fraction, equivalent terms on opposite sides of an equation, etc.
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Canceled vs. cancelled - Grammarist

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In American English, the verb cancel is usually inflected canceled and ... This is true even in Canada, which is usually friendlier to American spelling ...

Canceled or Cancelled: What's the Difference? - Writing Explained

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spell Canceled vs. Cancelled and cancelling vs canceling Canceled and cancelled are both past tenses of the verb cancel. To cancel is to annul or invalidate; ...

Is It Canceled or Cancelled? | Grammarly

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Dec 4, 2016 ... The past-tense form of cancel is canceled if you're in the U.S. and cancelled if you're in other English-speaking spots. Make sure you count ...

Grammar Girl : Canceled or Cancelled? :: Quick and Dirty Tips ™

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Sep 29, 2016 ... In summary, if you are writing for an American audience, spell canceled with one L; and if you're writing for a British audience, spell cancelled ...

"canceled" or "cancelled"... which is correct spelling? | Web ...

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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 ...

Cancel | Definition of Cancel by Merriam-Webster

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Define cancel: to stop doing or planning to do (something) : to decide that something (such as a game, performance, etc.) will … — cancel in a sentence.

orthography - "Canceling" or "cancelling" - English Language ...

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Sep 21, 2011 ... Google returns 15.6 million results with canceling and 18 million with cancelling, so I don't know what is the good spelling. Why are both ...

Cancelling or canceling | WordReference Forums

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Hi, I'm wondering about a phenomenon. The spelling checker of Word 2003 says "cancelling" is wrong, and it should be "canceling".

"Cancelled" or "Canceled?" - Old English Sheepdog

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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.