Origin of cancellation
Examples from the Web for cancelation
Larry Kramer, the renowned activist and playwright, was invited to talk after a last minute cancelation.The LGBT Center That Changed Our Lives
December 22, 2014
Because of a last minute cancelation we got the cottage at a special rate.Why I Hate The Beach
P. J. O’Rourke
July 27, 2014
And a cancelation during the busiest travel season of the year could make it difficult to book another flight.A Tale of Thanksgiving Triumph
November 28, 2013
With the cancelation of the event, discourse between the two diverse entities will not have a venue.Vatican Cancels Stem-Cell Conference After Scientists Refuse to Be Censored
Barbie Latza Nadeau
March 29, 2012
But, after all, the cancelation of the German indemnity is something.Peking Dust
Ellen N. La Motte
This may be done by a subsequent testamentary document, or by some physical destruction or cancelation of the will.
The physical destruction or cancelation of a will by a testator is the most palpable and unmistakable mode of its revocation.
- the fact or an instance of cancelling
- something that has been cancelled, such as a theatre ticket, esp when it is available for another person to takewe have a cancellation in the stalls
- the marks or perforation made by cancelling
Word Origin and History for cancelation
also cancelation, 1530s, from Latin cancellationem (nominative cancellatio), noun of action from past participle stem of cancellare "to cancel" (see cancel). Of reservations for conveyances, hotels, etc., from 1953.