A mark or a perforation indicating canceling.(noun)
Something canceled, especially a released accommodation or an unfilled appointment.(noun)
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Use "cancellation" in a sentence
""Even in the case that clients use the word cancellation as a remote possibility, companies need to start acting on reducing the intake of people, reducing costs and ultimately protecting the bottom line," Mr. Vree adds."
"Failure to do so can result in cancellation of your child's procedure."
"Question: I realize the Lone Star cancellation is "old news," but I have two questions about it."