[ US /ɪnˈsu/ ]
[ UK /ɛnsjˈuː/ ]
  1. issue or terminate (in a specified way, state, etc.); end
    result in tragedy
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How To Use ensue In A Sentence

  • Instead a great deal of difficult negotiation ensued. ELIZABETH AND MARY: Cousins, Rivals, Queens
  • A long wrangle ensued about what exactly was binding on the Army. The English Civil War: A People's History
  • The film takes the myth of the werewolf and transplants it into a small-town community and carnage ensues.
  • The atmosphere grew tenser and an awkward pause ensued.
  • When Abraham won the war, there ensued a brief parley between himself and the king of Sodom.
  • I gazed in wonder at the chaos that ensued in the beer gardens at night, at the pure unadulterated fun that was going on at all times.
  • A windfall profits tax is exactly how it sounds; it is a higher tax rate on profits that ensue from a sudden windfall gain to a particular company. Ah, gerrymandering. | RedState
  • Much comic toing and froing ensues, all done with a superb lightness of touch. Times, Sunday Times
  • European settlers nearly wiped them out and mass battles ensued with cowboys. The Sun
  • A feeding frenzy ensued - within minutes the unfortunate man was stripped of his clothes.
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