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annul to make nonexistent or ineffective; cancel. [1/2 definitions]
blot out to remove or cancel. [1/2 definitions]
call off to cancel (an appointment, action, event, or the like).
cancelable combined form of cancel.
countermand to rescind or cancel (an order). [1/2 definitions]
counterproposal a proposal made to respond to or cancel out another proposal.
dismiss in law, to cancel (a charge or a case), as for lack of evidence. [1/4 definitions]
equilibrium a state in which all acting forces cancel each other to create balance or stability. [1/3 definitions]
irrevocable impossible to take back, undo, or cancel.
jettison to abandon, discard, or cancel (something that is unnecessary or a hindrance). [1/4 definitions]
lift to end, cancel, or rescind. [1/12 definitions]
no-show one who holds a travel reservation or ticket for an event but fails to use or cancel it. [1/2 definitions]
override to intercept and cancel the effect of. [1/8 definitions]
precancel to cancel (a stamp) before mailing. [1/2 definitions]
remit to refrain from carrying out; cancel. [1/8 definitions]
retract to cancel (a right, contract, or the like); revoke. [1/6 definitions]
reverse in law, to revoke or cancel (a decision such as a verdict). [1/15 definitions]
revoke to withdraw, rescind, annul, or cancel. [1/3 definitions]
scratch to cancel (something written) by drawing a line through or scribbling over (often fol. by out). [1/22 definitions]
scrub1 (informal) to cancel or postpone (a military mission or flight). [1/6 definitions]
veto the right or power of one official authority or body, esp. the chief executive, to reject or cancel something enacted by another, such as a law or budget authorization approved by a legislature. [1/5 definitions]