Cancel synonyms

kăn'səl
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Repudiate is to refuse to have anything to do with or to reject in a public way.
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To withdraw, repeal, rescind, cancel, or annul (a law, permit, etc.)
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To judicially declare something to be void either from the date of decree or ab initio.
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(Obs.) To interpret; explain
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To damage beyond use or repair.
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To mark out
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(Idiomatic) To make a fresh start, for example by forgetting about previous differences and disagreements.
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To revoke (a former command); to cancel or rescind by giving an order contrary to one previously given.
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To make void
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To make void
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To make void
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To act in opposition to; to hinder, defeat, or frustrate, by contrary agency or influence; as, to counteract the effect of medicines; to counteract good advice.
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To draw back:
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To turn inside out or upside down:
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To make void
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(Biology) To cause an organism to develop minimally; to cause rudimentary development to happen; to prevent maturation. [First attested in the mid 19th century.]
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To drop is defined as to fall down, to cause something to fall down to the ground or to become lower or less.
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To make void
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To make void
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The act of invalidating, or the state of being invalidated.
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(Idiomatic) to terminate or abolish something
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To remove any sign of; obliterate, as from the mind
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To completely destroy; to put an end to; to extirpate.
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(Idiomatic) To strike out; to cross out; to draw a line through.
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(Idiomatic) To strike out; to draw a line through.
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To physically erase something written.
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To remove something which was written, by erasing or by putting a mark through it.
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To mark out
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To begin to make one's way.
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To mark out
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To cause (something) to become blank.
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To clean by using a sponge.
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(Idiomatic) To make something impossible.
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(Idiomatic) To lose traction while going around a turn, especially in cycling, motorsports and skiing/snowboarding.
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To remove (be removed) by washing
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(Accounting) To remove a portion of a debt or an amount of an account owed to you counting it as a loss (as a gesture of goodwill for example)
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To cause to disappear as if by rubbing out or striking out.
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To damage something, especially a surface, in a visible or conspicuous manner.
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To remove (a file, for example) from a hard drive or other storage medium.
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(Printing) To take out (a letter, word, etc.); delete
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(Slang) To write.
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To remove a body organ or part completely, as by surgery, disease, or radiation.
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To mark out
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To recall; to cancel or call a halt to.
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To recant is to publicly take back something you said or to state that you no longer believe something in which you once believed.
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Vacate is to move, leaving a place uninhabited or to leave a job position, leaving a job open, or to make something void.
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To nullify is to invalidate something or cancel the effectiveness of something.
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To make ineffective; destroy or counteract the effectiveness, force, disposition, etc. of
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To set aside is to put something off until later or to reserve it for a specific purpose.
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To prove (an argument or statement) to be false or wrong, by argument or evidence
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To make void; repeal or annul.
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To suppress; to repel.
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The definition of abrogate is defined as to end something, especially when some formal step is needed to end it.
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To unload a ship or another means of transport.
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To evacuate, or discharge (urine or feces)
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To stop doing or providing (something); end or abandon:
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To remove oneself from active participation:
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To make or form an offset in (a wall, bar, or pipe).
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(Idiomatic, of contrasting elements) To counteract one another so as to be balanced.
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To make void
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To bring about the downfall, destruction, or ending of, especially by force or concerted action:
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To make into scrap; break up
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Maintain is defined as to keep in a current state in order to prevent from failing or breaking or to carry on or to support or provide.
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To repeat so as to reaffirm:
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To affirm the validity of:
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(English Law) To make profit of; to convert to one's own profit;—said especially of waste or common land appropriated by the lord of the manor.
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To get rid of; remove:
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To do away with; put an end to; annul:
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To throw away, to reject.
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Tending or designed to abrogate.
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A remedy by which a court calls in, annuls, and retains possession of a void or rescinded written legal document because it may cause unnecessary litigation or make a person’s title to property unclear. For example, a court may call in, annul, and retain possession of a void deed to real estate that a party used to falsely claim title to someone else’s real property, in order to prevent any such claims in the future.
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The act of nullifying or the state of being nullified:
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To make firmer; strengthen:
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(Figuratively) To censor or cover up.
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To make negative:
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To ask or order to return:
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(Criminal slang) To kill.
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Expunge is defined as to erase or get rid of.
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To fail to include or mention; leave out:
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Ignore is defined as to deliberately disregard, or to avoid noticing.
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To be removable:
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To make a thin shallow cut or mark on (a surface) with a sharp instrument.
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To remove impurities from (a gas) chemically.
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To give official authorization or approval to; to countenance.
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To keep erect; to support; to sustain; to keep from falling; to maintain.
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Which can be cancelled.
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Having the ability of being revoked; capable of being revoked.
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Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
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Alternative spelling of revocable.
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The act of abrogating; a repeal by authority; abolition. [First attested in the mid 16th century.]
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(Formal) A ceasing or discontinuance, as of action, whether temporary or final.
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Material, such as a word or passage, that has been removed from a body of written or printed matter.
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(Law) Overthrow or annulment by the decision of a superior tribunal.
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Repudiation of self or other.
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The condition of being expunged.
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A rescinding or annulling
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A reducing or being reduced
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To recant solemnly; renounce or repudiate:
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(Now dialectal or nonstandard) Alternative form of ask.
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To refuse strongly and solemnly to own or acknowledge; to deny responsibility for, approbation of, and the like; to disclaim; to disown.
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To come to an end; terminate
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To make invalid; deprive of legal force
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To quash is to suppress or put an end to something.
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To refer (something) for deliberation, judgment, etc. (to a particular body or person).
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To give up (a claim, right, belief, etc.), usually by a formal public statement
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(Slang) To throw away; discard:
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To invalidate either partially or completely.
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To make more certain the validity of; confirm; bolster; support
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To enforce is described as to compel someone to abide by a rule, law or order.
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To perform again:
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The definition of permit is to allow something.
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To plan or prepare for:
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To grant (something) as a deduction or an addition; especially to abate or deduct.
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To bring about; generate or effect:
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equal out
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Tip means to give a small amount of money to someone who's given a service.
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To obliterate, as writing with ink; to cancel; to efface; generally with out.
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To bring into contact, causing electrical interference
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To be transferred or removed by contact or proximity:
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To affect by a sudden impression or impulse.
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To spread or apply by or as if by wiping:
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A symbol for the word cross. Used in combination, as in Xing for crossing or motoX for motocross.
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(Law) To make void; nullify
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To remain in the same place or position; stay
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(Management) To act on a request etc, in order to put it into effect.
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An almost white colour, with tints of grey, yellow or brown; originally that of natural fabric. [from 20th c.]
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(Idiomatic) To make angry.
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(US, law) to forbid the use of evidence at trial because it is improper or was improperly obtained
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(Physics) To participate in annihilation. Used of particles and antiparticles.
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