verb (used without object), en·sued, en·su·ing.
Origin of ensue
Examples from the Web for ensues
What ensues is part detective novel, part pulpy romantic tragedy.
When they're caught (if they're caught), the scandal that ensues is their accidental masterpiece.
Anyone who has parented a teenager--or been one--can probably describe the dynamic that ensues.
Indeed, to this day Morsi has condemned violence but endorsed the anti-American protests from which it ensues.Not Just the Middle East: Obama Foreign Policy Record Is Appalling|David B. Rivkin, Jr., Lee A. Casey|September 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
She dismantles her American life and lands in Russia; what ensues transforms them both.Must Reads: Kennedy, Sontag and Paris, ‘A Partial History of Lost Causes,’ ‘City of Bohane,’ ‘Flatscreen’|Lauren Elkin, Mythili Rao, Drew Toal, Nicholas Mancusi|April 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The higher the civilization has risen, the more abject is the desolation of barbarism that ensues.In the Wilderness|Charles Dudley Warner
When the violent action that ensues is nearly over, gradually add the remaining portion of the acid, 1⁄2 fl.
Then ensues the musical dialogue between these two suitors and the Queen.Spanish Highways and Byways|Katharine Lee Bates
About the height of 25,000 feet the condition of stupefaction which ensues is extraordinary.The Dominion of the Air|J. M. Bacon
The uncertainty which ensues from the use of the term should lead to its abandonment.Gas-Engines and Producer-Gas Plants|R. E. Mathot