Synonym: erase, obliterate, repeal, wipe out. Antonym: promise. Similar words: cancer, chance, glance, dancer, stance, alliance, penance, romance. Meaning: ['kænsl] n. a notation cancelling a previous sharp or flat. v. 1. postpone indefinitely or annul something that was scheduled 2. make up for 3. declare null and void; make ineffective 4. remove or make invisible 5. make invalid for use.
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1 It is vitally important to cancel the order immediately.
2 I'm sorry, but I have to cancel my reservation.
3 The gains and losses are expected to cancel out.
4 Passengers who cancel their reservations will forfeit their deposit.
5 His secretary was instructed to cancel all his engagements.
6 Don't forget to cancel the newspaper before going away.
7 Please cancel my card number.
8 If you cancel now I'm afraid you forfeit your deposit.
9 They've had to cancel tomorrow's football match because of the bad weather.
10 The company reserves the right to cancel this agreement in certain circumstances.
11 This provided a pretext for the authorities to cancel the elections.
12 That being the case, we have to cancel off the plan.
13 For some inexplicable reason, he's decided to cancel the project.
14 He wonders if the different influences might not cancel each other out.
15 The best option would be to cancel the trip altogether.
16 You may cancel or rearrange the appointment.
17 I can't cancel my arrangements at such short notice.
18 I'm afraid I'll have to cancel our meeting tomorrow.
19 You'll just have to ring John and cancel.
20 His strong points and weak points cancel out.
21 Eight and twenty cancel by four.
22 The bank agreed to cancel all the company's debts.
23 I phoned the bank to cancel the cheque.
24 The obvious answer would be to cancel the party.
25 He had to cancel some engagements because of tiredness.
26 I had no choice but to cancel my holiday.
27 They decided to cancel the dinner party.
28 'Will she cancel the party?' 'I wouldn't be surprised.'
29 Our expenditure and profits cancel each other out .
30 I can remember very few occasions when he had to cancel because of ill health.
More similar words: cancer, chance, glance, dancer, stance, alliance, penance, romance, finance, enhance, advanced, instance, ancestor, guidance, substance, balanced, parlance, pittance, entrance, distance, by chance, arrogance, compliance, insurance, tolerance, in advance, balance of, for instance, acceptance, attendance.