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cancelled. Correct spelling, explanation: cancelled is used in British English. According to the rule, in case of the word ending with consonant-vowel-consonant combination, the last consonant is doubled when a suffix is added. Thus the British spelling is cancelled ( cancel plus -ed gives double l, hence cancelled ). canceled.What is the correct spelling of cancelling?
There are two correct spellings of the verb “cancel.”. The first is to write “cancelling” or “cancelled,” with an “ll” at the end. The second is to write it as a word with one l, i.e., “canceling” or “canceled.”. The difference is that canceled and canceling are the American spellings, typically used in the United States.