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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of cancel.
- adj. No longer planned or scheduled.
- adj. Marked over the stamp, to show that the stamp has been used.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of events) no longer planned or scheduled
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Marvel just sent us its latest promo piece for the March to Ultimatum, the huge major shakeup in the Marvel Ultimate Universe (MUU), that will see at least one title cancelled going into next year.
The possibility that the second New Jersey to New York rail tunnel could be cancelled is a distressing sign of our current financial weakness and our unwillingness to invest in the future.
The possibility that the second New Jersey to New York rail tunnel could be cancelled is a distressing sign of our current financial weakness and ...
Furthermore, two of the prophecies remaining in 1955 have been cancelled from the rite of 1969, together with the prayers that follow them.
Just found out the show in Minnesota was cancelled from the weather!
I think the real reason she cancelled is that there were 2,000 protestors outside the hall to send her a message ... but there were only 20 inside the hall interested in hearing hers.
The possibility that the lunar base may be cancelled is unfortunate.
Anyway, I think Griffin cancelled NASA's inspiration budget to fund Constellation.
The fact that this show was cancelled is utter bullshit!
The article talks about how Rubinstein cancelled several of the phones in various stages of coming into being because they had too many products.