uncanceled

adjective
un·​can·​celed | \ˌən-ˈkan(t)-səld \
variants: or British uncancelled

Definition of uncanceled 

: not canceled an uncanceled check an uncanceled appointment

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While West has been extremely public about his difficulties nailing a democratic leaning clothing line (remember when Yeezy Season 7 was canceled, and then uncanceled?), Abloh's rise through the fashion ranks has been rocket-propelled. Cam Wolf, GQ, "Here’s How Kanye Feels About Virgil Abloh Getting the Louis Vuitton Gig," 13 Apr. 2018

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First Known Use of uncanceled

1557, in the meaning defined above

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