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Synonyms for ensue

to occur as a consequence

to occur after in time

Synonyms for ensue

issue or terminate (in a specified way, state, etc.)

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Meanwhile, state functions cut into her make-out time with Michael, Lilly wreaks havoc, tourists need rescuing from a sinking ship, and hilarious disasters ensue as Mia struggles to master her royal responsibilities.
Bok insists that no particular crime need ensue for this to be socially toxic: Heavy viewers, for example, begin to suffer from the so-called "mean-world" syndrome, with its baleful feedback effect of keeping people indoors, where they watch more TV, becoming even more convinced of the risk of leaving their home.
Appropriate action will ensue upon completion of its analysis.
What: Friends win the lottery; complications ensue.
Due to the large number of counterfeit product found at the three stores, Columbia is working with local authorities to determine if criminal or civil sanctions may ensue.
If the project is found to meet the investment criteria of the counter party, then more advanced, business-related discussions will ensue.
High jinks, humor, and adventure ensue, the horses are saved, and Tullis ends up with a pretty girlfriend and happy prospects.
Fitch is currently reviewing the portfolio and available credit enhancement levels in detail and appropriate action will ensue upon completion of its analysis.
Although IT budgets may remain under pressure, these companies should slowly show improved fundamentals as we expect modest growth and a new mainframe sales cycle likely to ensue over the next year.
Xenodice's imperious older sister, Ariadne, falls in love with Theseus, and betrayals ensue, resulting in terrible tragedies.
Public Forum, April 20) tells us that values ensue from the individual's origins, his cognition of why he is here and where he is going.
Complications ensue when he realizes the house is still occupied by its former tenant.
Frankie is now head of the Family, and much of what ensues arises out of her need to retain control and to exact revenge for the murders of some of those closest to her over the years.