This Ngram graphs the use of canceled and cancelled (as a percentage of all ......
It just doesn't look right unless spelled with 2 L's. I was always taught and ...
Feb 24, 2014 ... Canceled is more common in American English, and cancelled is more common
in British English, but these aren't hard-and-fast rules as you ...
cancelled. canceling. or ... The event was canceled at the last minute when the
speaker didn't show up. We canceled our dinner .... All Right · Is 'alright' all right?
Jul 5, 2011 ... fornormalstepfathers. It just does not look right with one “l” :-( .... Hey, ABOUT the
spelling of CANCELED and CANCELLED: I teach English as a ...
verb ( cancels, cancelling, cancelled; US cancels, canceling, canceled ) ... or
revoke (a formal arrangement which is in effect): his visa had been cancelled.
Cancelled definition, to make void; revoke; annul: to cancel a reservation. ... verb
(used with object), canceled, canceling or (especially British) cancelled, ...
Jun 10, 2014 ... I'm trying to figure out if there is a specific rule behind the word "cancel" that
would cause "cancellation" to have two L's, but "canceled" and ...
May 26, 2009 ... If you're using a U.S. version of Word, typing cancelled will get you a wiggly
green underline. However, both spellings, canceled and cancelled, ...
Feb 6, 2004 ... There are these annoying gray areas when coding that eat up way too much time
but if you don't get it right, you look like a jerk later on.
Apr 24, 2013 ... 1. Both. Canceled is the correct spelling in American English. Cancelled is the
correct British English spelling. ... Absolutely right!