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A reliably Republican midterm electorate will cancel out a Democratic-leaning presidential-year electorate and then some.

And if Clinton is willing to hit the state regularly, he can cancel out a lot of the Obama weight.

But it also passed because each side assumed it would be able to cancel out the half it didn't like.

On average your total payout should be zero*: the tails should cancel out the heads.

The opposite, in fact: if all poor people were bad neighbors, the negative externalities would largely cancel out.

If you bring back a good report, perhaps we can cancel out certain—unfortunate items in your record.

I had to cancel out the thrill that comes from challenging the unknown.

I will vote to accept his application, and thus cancel out my colleague's negative vote.

It began to cancel out its velocity away from the Platform, and to swim slowly and very carefully toward it.

The ship couldn't land because its momentum was too great for the landing rockets to cancel out.


On this page you'll find 274 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cancel out, such as: fix, improve, repair, abrogate, annul, and balance.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.