Outside the U.S., meanwhile, the one-l spellings appear only very rarely. This is
.... BTW, I'm from Canada and spell both “travelled” and “cancelled” with two L's.
Sep 29, 2016 ... Where you live determines which spelling you should use: canceled or cancelled
. ... spell canceled with one L; and if you're writing for a British audience, spell
cancelled with two L's. If it bothers you that there are two spellings ...
5 days ago ... 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 ...
May 26, 2009 ... The doubled l in cancelled is British usage; the single l is American ... For
example, “traveler” would be the only correct spelling inside the US, ...
Jul 5, 2011 ... Because I'm not as familiar with the canceled spelling, ..... that always catches me
– I always spell it with two “l”s and end up taking one out.
Define cancellation: a decision to stop doing or planning to do something : the act
of canceling something ... 2 : something (as a hotel room or a ticket) made
available by the canceling of an arrangement .... Which is the correct spelling? ...
One goose, two geese. ... Browse the Dictionary: · a · b · c · d ...
Define cancel: to stop doing or planning to do (something) : to decide that ...
validity, or effectiveness of: as a : to render (one's will or a provision in one's will)
I have always spelled it as "cancelled" but now I see that "canceled" is also
correct? .... Well one thing I know is the word colour is like an england word or
something, not commonly used in the US. .... A LOT is two words. Use it, love ...
Nor am I. Apparently that's where the double L is commonly used though.
The spelling checker of Word 2003 says "cancelling" is wrong, and it should be "
canceling". ... I'd also like to say that "cancel" with two l's or "canceling" with two l's
... The change to accent on the last syllable is one of countless ...
Answers accepts "canceled", but marks double-L as a spelling error (at least here
in the U.S.!) .... One has one L and the other has two L..