ensue definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • to adhere to as a consequence or outcome. See Synonyms at follow.
    • to happen later.
    • To follow or come afterward; to adhere to as a consequence or perhaps in chronological succession; to result
    • to follow along with for that reason or result. See Synonyms at follow.
    • to happen subsequently.
    • to adhere to as a result or outcome. See Synonyms at follow.
    • to occur later.
    • to check out or come later; to follow along with as a consequence or in chronological succession; to end up
    • to check out or come afterward; to follow along with as a result or in chronological succession; to result
  • verb:
    • to check out (a leader, interest etc.).
    • To occur afterward, as a result or effect.
    • issue or terminate (in a specified method, state, etc.); end
    • To follow (a leader, tendency etc.).
    • to happen afterwards, thus or effect.
    • concern or terminate (in a specified means, condition, etc.); end
    • to adhere to (a leader, desire etc.).
    • To occur afterward, as a result or effect.
    • concern or terminate (in a specified way, state, etc.); end
  • verb-transitive:
    • to adhere to; to follow; to follow and overtake.
    • to follow along with; to follow; to follow and overtake.
    • to check out; to follow; to follow along with and overtake.
  • others:
    • to check out or follow after; realize.
    • To come after; move behind in the same way; adhere.
    • to follow along with in order, or in a train of activities or course of time; succeed; come shortly after.
    • To follow for that reason; outcome, as from premises.
    • Synonyms and Succeed, an such like. (identify follow); to arise, continue, springtime, outcome.
    • to follow along with or follow after; pursue.
    • ahead immediately following; move behind in the same way; adhere.
    • to check out in order, or perhaps in a train of occasions or span of time; be successful; come just after.
    • to adhere to as a result; result, as from premises.
    • Synonyms and Succeed, an such like. (see follow); to arise, proceed, springtime, result.
    • to check out or follow after; pursue.
    • ahead immediately after; move behind in identical course; adhere.
    • to follow along with in order, or in a train of occasions or course of time; be successful; come immediately after.
    • To follow for that reason; outcome, as from premises.
    • Synonyms and Succeed, an such like. (identify follow); to arise, proceed, springtime, result.

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