compensating (part of speech: verb)
obliterating (part of speech: verb)
ridding (part of speech: verb)
deserting, forsaking, forgoing, leaving, disposing, renouncing, disowning, letting go, jettisoning, releasing, shedding, dismissing, venting, relinquishing, abandoning, rejecting, discarding, waiving, relegating, disclaiming, casting off, abdicating, ridding, surrendering, parting with, vacating, dispelling, capitulating, dropping
negating (part of speech: verb)
annulling (part of speech: verb)
destroying, withdrawing, abnegating, deleting, revoking, eliminating, invalidating, disavowing, refuting, divorcing, repudiating, denying, eradicating, disaffirming, abolishing, negating, extinguishing, nullifying, obliterating, retracting, neutralizing, dissolving, undoing, annulling, effacing, vetoing
- Because he wrote the house canceling the order before he started back home. - "Tales of the Road", Charles N. Crewdson.
- I know I once had a case where my customer did exactly the right thing by canceling his order. - "Tales of the Road", Charles N. Crewdson.
- During the month in which she had received no letter from Eleanor, Guido Savelli had reconsidered his decision not to appear in America and instead of canceling his contract had sailed at the eleventh hour to fulfill it, taking Eleanor with him. - "Grace Harlowe's Second Year at Overton College", Jessie Graham Flower.