rivaled and rivaling in the U.S.; rivalled and rivalling everywhere else.
modeled and modeling in the U.S.; modelled and modelling everywhere else.
labeled and labeling in the U.S.; labelled and labelling everywhere else.
fueled and fueling in American English; fuelled and fuelling everywhere else.
shoveled/shoveling in the U.S.; shovelled/shovelling everywhere else.
From cancel culture to cancelled flights, the word ‘cancel’ can present itself in different ways, depending on the context. Writers of all levels have struggled with words like this. Let’s get into the details on the difference between cancelled and canceled and when to use them. Canceled or Cancelled? Canceled, with one L, is used in American English, and cancelled, with two L’s, is preferred in British English and outside of the U.S. Why Cancelled and Canceled are Different Cancelled …