He's been a standard on MadTV (which was recently cancelled) since 2003—one of his most famous characters being “Funkenstein.”
They sent in Mars bars to the CW when we were going to get cancelled.
Harry's back from Afghanistan in January, so we expect all police leave to be cancelled.
He recently cancelled a fishing trip to Canada and doubled back on the question of how to make a living from the farm.
The dinner with Burg was not cancelled and Burg was a welcome guest at the Hillel.
And thus was cancelled one of the effects of the Peace of Ryswick, which allowed the reopening of trade with France.
I—ah—withdraw the invitation, of course—it is cancelled, Sir, cancelled!
The hand-contract is cancelled by the sheep-contract; he shall give as damages the amount of the sheep-contract.
The figure '2' was cancelled, and the measure was completed by a rest.
Of course it is true that leave has been cancelled, but we hear (Rumour) that this is only for a few days owing to submarines.
late 14c., "cross out with lines," from Anglo-French canceler, from Latin cancellare "to make resemble a lattice," which in Late Latin took on a sense "cross out something written" by marking it with crossed lines, from cancelli, plural of cancellus "lattice, grating," diminutive of cancer "crossed bars, lattice," a variant of carcer "prison" (see incarceration). Figurative use, "to nullify an obligation" is from mid-15c. Related: Canceled (also cancelled); cancelling.