“Canceled” is the preferred American spelling and “cancelled” is the British spelling of the word.
This Ngram graphs the use of canceled and cancelled (as a percentage of all ... (
both always in the “Most popular today” box up there in the sidebar to the right).
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 ...
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 ...
I have always spelled it as "cancelled" but now I see that "canceled" .... a second I
did spell the word right so why are you telling me otherwise!
Learn the definition of cancelled and canceled with example sentences and
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would it be because cancelled is English spelling and canceled is US spelling ?
Sheepie ... Back to the original subject, did I spell humorous right? Hello
The event was canceled at the last minute when the speaker didn't show up. We
canceled our ... 1 : cancellation <an order quickly followed by a cancel>. 2a : a ...
Jul 5, 2011 ... Because I'm not as familiar with the canceled spelling, ... guides) have the
inflections of cancel as canceled, canceling, cancellation, which is needlessly ....
but I think goofy and Ryan are right; after all, we don't write openned.
Jan 18, 2011 ... Cancelled or Canceled ? Which one is right? You have successfully canceled the
registration. or. You have successfully cancelled the ...