Similar words: cancel, cancelled, chancellor, cancellation, finance lease, vice-chancellor, romance language, feel out. Meaning: v. wipe out the effect of something.

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1. The gains and losses are expected to

*cancel out*.2. His strong points and weak points

*cancel out*.3. This month's pay cheque will

*cancel out*his debt, but it won't give him any extra money.4. Her kindness and generosity

*cancel out*her occasional flashes of temper.5. You must

*cancel out*all the charges before you leave the hotel.6. These arguments

*cancel out*.7. With a glue like casein the various effects

*cancel out*so that the wet and dry strength of practical joints are nearly identical.8. To insist on this would

*cancel out*the mature, trustful, open and continually self-reviewing benefit of a good management team.9. With so many weapons to hand, some

*cancel out*others in a tangled web of incentives and disincentives.10. Whether they all

*cancel out*to give a theory that is finite without any infinite subtractions is not yet known.11. Loving does not

*cancel out*such bad manners or excuse them, and she would not think so either ....12. Next, you should

*cancel out*all the noughts.13. Will you

*cancel out*that charge, please ?14. Her income and spendings

*cancel out*.15. His weaknesses

*cancel out*his virtues.16. The quantum fluctuations of the supersymmetrical particles perfectly

*cancel out*those of the regular particles, returning the Higgs boson to an acceptable mass range.17. Chelsea's Joe Cole set up Crouch to

*cancel out*Omar Pouso's first-half volley and then scored one himself in injury time to clinch victory.18. Repentance alone did not

*cancel out*such mortal sin.19. Providing trainings can

*cancel out*lack of qualifications of the employees.20. Left: Input space and

*cancel out*the guessing word.21. I'm sorry, but I have to

*cancel out*luncheon appointment.22. I'm sorry, I have to

*cancel out*luncheon appointment.23. But gecko feet work in ionised air, which would

*cancel out*the electrostatic effect.24. The pattern is one of random steps, which by the laws of statistics tend to

*cancel out*over longer periods.25. Messages from thousands of photoreceptors are funneled into each ganglion cell, except some

*cancel out*the actions of others.26. But Sepp said continuing the mortgage and charitable deductions at the same time would

*cancel out*the increase from investment taxes.27. But they suggest that overall, punishment has other effects which

*cancel out*and even outweigh its deterrent effects.27. Sentencedict.com try its best to gather and make good sentences.

28. Sometimes the rainfall in winter is barely enough to

*cancel out*the soil moisture deficit.29. If a cryptanalyst thinks that a user has used the same key to encrypt two different files, he can XOR the two files together and

*cancel out*the output from the PRNG.30. This is the grouping of system variables so as to

*cancel out*their dimensions.More similar words: cancel, cancelled, chancellor, cancellation, finance lease, vice-chancellor, romance language, feel out, barcelona, libelous, marvelous, departure lounge, princely, skin cell, eloquence, preponderance of evidence, princeling, flounce, excellence, prison cell, defenceless, par excellence, cancer, lance, dance, dancer, fiance, nuance, france, seance.