What is another word for cancels?

Pronunciation: [kˈansə͡lz] (IPA)

Cancels is a verb that refers to the act of calling off an event or arrangement. There are several synonyms that can be used to replace cancels when expressing the same meaning. Some common synonyms for cancels include terminates, abolishes, nullifies, halts, annuls, scraps, revokes, wipes out, and repeals. Each of these synonyms could be used in place of cancels depending on the context of the situation. However, it's important to choose an appropriate synonym that accurately depicts the situation in order to avoid confusion. Therefore, careful consideration must be given to the situation at hand when selecting an appropriate synonym for cancels.

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Usage examples for Cancels

"For Englishmen to boast of generation cancels their knowledge, and lampoons the nation.
"Daniel Defoe"
William Minto
She hastily recalled her first view of him, in the little room where the relics were kept, and ran a bar through half her impressions, as one cancels a badly written sentence, having found the right one.
"Night and Day"
Virginia Woolf
The Roman Catholic church advocates "monogamy," and understands thereby that a man and woman pledge themselves "till death do us part," and if either of them cancels this arrangement it is adultery and mortal sin.
"The Book of Life: Vol. I Mind and Body; Vol. II Love and Society"
Upton Sinclair

Famous quotes with Cancels

  • Many people mistakenly think a new technology cancels out an old one.
    Judith Martin
  • Everyone assumes that novelists are smarter and more interesting. They're generally smarter and more interesting, but they're often very short. So it kind of cancels all the smart and interesting stuff out.
    Liev Schreiber
  • Time cancels young pain.
    Euripides
  • My friends have come to me unsought. The great God gave them to me. By oldest right, by the divine affinity of virtue with itself, I find them, or rather not I, but the Deity in me and in them derides and cancels the thick walls of individual character, relation, age, sex, circumstance, at which he usually connives, and now makes many one.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • All I say cancels out, I’ll have said nothing.
    Samuel Beckett

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