cancel[ kan-suhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF cancel
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CANCEL
I cancel the oath now, for the knowledge of it should survive his life and mine.
Nobody seems to know what to do, so they just sit down and cancel everything.
The money-order I am enclosing with this, will cancel the note, but not the many debts, I owe you.
If he can find me another tenant, whom I consider suitable, I may cancel the agreement.
Refuse us that, and you cancel the articles; cancel the articles, and you cancel our services with them.
If that be true, then I cannot understand how I am myself to cancel my own sin.
I went to Frances and told her all about it, and offered to cancel the engagement.
M. Poirson did not hesitate to cancel her agreement (p. 365) with him.
I never heard that a msalliance could cancel the ties of kindred.
He is willing to cancel the debt in another way:—the way you know.