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Correct spelling for CANCALED
We think the word cancaled is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for cancaled
- Angled(Definition of angled)
- Manacled(Definition of Manacled)
- Concealed(Definition of concealed)
- Crackled(Definition of crackled)
- Jangled(Definition of Jangled)
- Uncalled(Definition of uncalled)
- Barnacled(Definition of barnacled)
- Conclude(Definition of conclude)
- Congealed(Definition of congealed)
She angled her head to see outside.
And sure enough, that afternoon the papers carried the news that the mayor of american city had notified the owners of the auditorium that they would be held strictly responsible under the law for all incendiary and seditious utterances at this meeting; thereupon, the owners of the auditorium had cancelled the contract.
Late one afternoon toward the end of her week at mildenham, gyp wandered again into the coppice, and sat down on that same log. an hour before sunset, the light shone level on the yellowing leaves all round her; a startled rabbit pelted out of the bracken and pelted back again, and, from the far edge of the little wood, a jay cackled harshly, shifting its perch from tree to tree.
She was polly, and here was uncle dan, to be cajoled and entreated and vanquished.
She reached the wharves at last, where the wind was stronger and where the waves slapped and dashed against the barnacled piles, throwing their spray against the windows of the locked warehouses.
Mr. ely. i note, also, on page 10 that this extension which had been approved was later canceled, on july 13, 1958.