Definition of cancel

Common misspellings:
  • cancil (1.7%)
  • cancall (0.0%)
  • canncle (0.0%)
  • cancelle (1.5%)
  • cacel (0.9%)
  • cancele (0.3%)
  • canle (0.0%)
  • ancel (0.0%)
  • cahnce (0.0%)
  • cnacel (1.2%)
  • cancale (0.0%)
  • cansle (0.0%)
  • cancal (0.3%)
  • canced (0.0%)
  • cance (1.7%)
  • canceld (0.2%)
  • canel (3.9%)
  • concel (0.8%)
  • councel (0.0%)
  • canell (0.2%)
  • canecl (0.0%)
  • cancle (25.3%)
  • cancell (54.6%)
  • canncell (0.0%)
  • canncel (0.3%)
  • cansel (1.1%)
  • canceal (0.2%)
  • cancelt (0.0%)
  • cansell (0.0%)
  • cencel (0.3%)
  • canclel (0.0%)
  • cancl (0.8%)
  • casncel (0.0%)
  • canical (0.0%)
  • cacncel (0.0%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.
Examples of usage:
  1. Furthermore I had half an idea that Johnson was making me fair promises only to get the line and cut the other fellow's throat and that maybe he would cancel again - Tales of the Road by Charles N. Crewdson

  2. She secured the document and handed it back to me when we had crossed the frontier leaving in the hands of the Russians a similar envelope containing a copy of the Daily Bugle therefore uncle if in future you can do anything to oblige Mr Hardwick you will help in a measure to cancel the obligation which our family owes to him - Jennie Baxter, Journalist by Robert Barr