Ensue

En·sue' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Ensued ; present participle & verbal noun Ensuing .] [ Old French ensevre , Old French & French ensuivre , from Latin insequi ; in + sequi to pursue. See
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Ensue

En·sue' intransitive verb To follow or come afterward; to follow as a consequence or in chronological succession; to result; as, an ensuing conclusion or effect; the year ensuing was a cold one. « So spoke the Dame, but no applause ensued Pope. « Dam
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Ensue

• (v. i.) To follow or come afterward; to follow as a consequence or in chronological succession; to result; as, an ensuing conclusion or effect; the year ensuing was a cold one. • (v. t.) To follow; to pursue; to follow and overtake.
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ensue

ensue Etymology: from Old French ensivre, 'to follow close upon'; from Late Latin insequere; from Latin insequi, 'to pursue'; from in-, 'upon' + sequi, 'follow'.
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