to come at a later time; to happen as a result
- the difficulties that ensued from their commitment to Cuba
- there were repeated clashes in the ensuing days
- The champagne would flow and the seductive conversation would ensue.
- It is not the same as advanced development, although such development often ensues.
- The clash ensues, with casualties on both sides, as people fall having been speared and hit by poison arrows.
- Another tragedy ensues, after which he gives himself up to imprisonment for some years.
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- It must ensue as a result of one’s dedication to a cause greater than oneself.
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