English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "cancel"

We have a seat available on the airplane because of a last-minute cancellationThe picnic had to be canceled due to rain.

We have a seat available on the airplane because of a last-minute cancellation.

Bad weather has forced the cancellation of flight 613 to Anchorage this evening.

I had to cancel my doctor's appointment because my daughter is receiving an award at school, and I want to be there to watch.

The Foreign Minister has canceled his trip to the region to protest the government's decision to end peace talks with its neighbors.

Those who missed their flight because of the cancellation will receive a free ticket to anywhere the airline flies as compensation for their trouble.

The bank sends you your canceled checks with your statement at the end of each month.

The old man was so angry about the article he read in the newspaper that he canceled his subscription.

Any cancellations of dentist appointments must be received at least 24 hours in advance or a fee will be charged.

The math test has been canceled until further notice because the instructor is sick.

You can cancel your trip up to a week before the departure date without penalty.

There is a Saudi Arabian proverb which says that good qualities never cancel out the bad, just as sugar is no antidote for poison.

I was able to get into the program even though it was full because there were a couple of cancellations.

Benjamin Disraeli once noted that great services are not canceled by one act or by one single error.

Find someone who has signed up for a course that was later canceled.


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